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12:48 Vandalism. Hingham High School
reports four kids breaking windows,
principal chased them down Pleasant St.
-ars 411, 412, 416, 402 notified.
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4:56 Reported Fight. Several calls
possible gang fight between Hull &
Hingham youths scheduled for sometime
this evening. Cars 410, 416 checked area of
Station St. and Old Ship Cemetery, units
advised to watch area during the evening.
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HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
Resource Room Aide
Business Department Head
Resource Room Aide
Maryin Raskopf, Thelma Barilaro, Carol Gratto, Mary Dillon, Sandy Welch, Marie Carr, Maria Tavano, Candy Barbuto,
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Ahh! I glued my fingers to this table!
William C. Adams
"It's not how smart you are, it is how
much common sense you have."
Thanx Mom, Dad, and Dana, A.S.,
K.S., P.S., K.B., J.G., T.B., S.O., D.T.X.
Crew, zero tolerance, B.M.H.C, OH
YAA Deldon, U.R. Huge, Lax, cho cha,
Always United. Straight Edge in your
Aimee L. Arkell
Thanks: M.C., K.M., T.G., N.B., S.M.,
C.R., K.B., M.M., Only the good die
young — Baby Macho Commacho,
"you rule." Gucci-Gucci, Dead end . . .
AHH!! Let me pump the gas . . . explo-
sion! — The window — B.L. — , Ste-
phen — Thanks for everything, I love
you ANGELI! "V" "Believe in yourself
. . . and you will succeed." — U2 —
Sharon Mary Adiey
Trust in God. Believe in yourself. Dare
to dream. Thanks Mom and Dad. I love
you. Thanks Claire for everything, I luv
u2, ... est . . . ends 4-EVA. Thanks
S.T., M.H., B.B.K., S.S., S.C, C.H.,
P.G., M.M., loose sprints "86", CH^
SA. Soccer cheerleading, Lavida,
Colradapp Colorado. Just say my
name, mmm . . . maccaroni and
cheese, bathroom anyone? Hallow-
een nights! Don't worry Be happy!
"Friends are friends forever"
"And now it's time go go, through the
sleet and driving snow, across the
fields of mourning, to a light in the dis-
tance ..." Z.C, N.H., Tub, 4-15-88.
Thanx: AS, BH, MM, T, C, M&D, and
esp. H.P. — 1-18-88. I LOVE YOU
Friends are forever. Thanks: L.G.,
K.F., J.K., S.M., T.R., T.C., L.B.. E.P.,
M.H., M.H., and Mom and Dad. If
there's anything better than a smile
please let me know.
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Richard F. Avila
"Is life worth living? That depends on
the liver." Well, we finally made it.
Good luck to everyone.
"Whatever the struggle, continue the
climb — it may be only one step to the
summit." Thank you — Diane "bab-
ble-dabble," Melissa B.F. "Rosie",
Sandra — "ribbon pals" forever. "A
star in the faith of the sky." Rob —
je't'aime. Love ya Mom and Dad.
What the people need is a way to
make them smile, it ain't so hard to do
if you know how. Thanx Renee, I love
ya. Yaz, Nicole, Jenna Hawaii 88. Jill,
Que pasa. I'll always love you Mark.
Stephen Francis Ayers
"I know what I know, I'll sing what
I'said, We come and we go, That's a
thing I keep in the back of my head"
— Paul Simon — Best of luck to my
ifriends. Thank you and farewell to the
ijnstitution . . . Whatever, Whatever,
Whatever . . .
"T", "T-Bone", "Teebs"
The great pleasure in life is doing what
people say you cannot do. — Walter
Bagehot. CE, WATS, AG, JM. Stubby,
Moe, CR, Throck, JS, JK, LK, Theo,
AA, RR keep in touch. See ya. Love
you M & D.
"Good times bad times, you know I've
had my share" 1st last night — pits,
Tony's, Baker's Hill — are we PC'd
Gha! "Maybe next weekend Yaz"
(UMass Amherst — 10-31-88) "Want
a miller light Yaz?" "Joe Walsh"
"EGO" (Melrose) Plans? — Yaz, Ju-
nior prom — '87. "scoop!" Bahama
bound! Thanks for the memories: YS,
TW, OH, CB, DK, SJ, SH. KH, BB, MS,
LK, JK, LP, CL, EA, RC, Leve, senoriti-
tis, we're outta here! Party! Thanks
Mom and Dad, Love ya! 6/4/88
Jonathan A. Barnet
There was never yet a philosopher
That could endure the toothache pa-
tiently. — Shakespeare. Ah oui, Den-
ise Goulet! When I get my truck . . .
One day Alice, one day, pow right in
the kisser. Remember: A gift horse in
the bush is worth its weight in mossy
"You have to go where you want to go,
do what you want to do, with whom
you want to do it with." "Only the good
die young" J.S., B.B., and A.W. — I'll
always remember. Jessica (B.F.F.)
and four-pack: Diane, Melissa, and
Mary Jane — Thanx, I love you! Pits,
Tony's, Jim's garage. Thanx Dad!
"We came unwillingly and left not
wanting to go, but our good times,
we'll always know" — sheepies, jee-
pies, silkies, piggies, 4-wheelin', ri-
din', DC, BFF's. Special friends, fam-
ily: Chuck, Stacy, Rick, Mom, Bruce
— love you guys! Allen — I never
could have made it without you! I love
you always! Mickey 4-EVA!
Thomas A. Berry
"Man is born to live not to prepare to
live" . . . "To accomplish great things
we must live as if we were never going
to die" . . . The car's nice but it's really
orange! Good times and good friends
Burgess Pt . . . stars, waterskiing,
wrestling . . . See-ya . . . Good luck
Lars Peter Binau
"Don't worry be happy, if you worry
here's my phone number call me and
be happy!" Thanks to all the Sieg-
frieds! You've been great!
Tak for al' den opmarksomhed hele
skolen Har givet til alle os udrekslings
studenter og tak for den stette nogle.
Personer har givet mig.
Lisa Diane Bitner
"Keep within your heart a place apart
Where little dreams may go,
May thrive and grow.
Hold fast — hold fast to your
dreams!" Louise Driscoll
Don't stop believing and
Never forget the feeling
For that's what dreams are made of.
"The future rides beside me
Tomorrow in his hand
The stranger turns to greet me
Take me by the hand." Robert Plant
"#24 Babe" AC
"Boyfriends with the same names"
"Hi20 skiing, Killington, D.C., the Gif,
stripped boy, Don't worry Chris,
Who am I?
When you look into my eyes, and read
my heart, you will know. You will re-
member the time we spent together,
and may the memories of our special
friendship bring a smile to your face,
and courage to your heart so you may
face the challenges yet to come.
Laura Lynne Bonetzky
Laurie, Bannahead, Bonbetzky, Blon-
die, Goldie Locks, Poodle
As time passes friends come and go.
Jeanine and Kevin you're the best.
And Jim and Bob this is for you: "If the
sun refuses to shine, I'd still be loving
you . . . Inspirations are what you are
to me . . . And today my world shines."
IVIelissa Christine Bonsor
"We are not driven from behind, but
lured from before! Not pushed but
pulled! Magnetized from Beyond!"
— Lloyd C. Douglas
Licia, Kevs "why are we doing this?
What's the point?" "Wha" Ardie
Smed. Szabs, I'd . . . morning P.C. Tor;
— oking Yaka. Yo Aines. how do you
turn this thing on. Thanks M & D.
"Sometimes life doesn't turn out as
we expect and sometimes we don't
get to say what needs to be said in
"How does it feel to be P.S.?" "That's
funny!" Big Biwwy U2 concert "How
do you spell it?" "5'7 Vs"" Thanks
Moe, Adam, L.C., Muffin, S.F., C.H.,
Christopher L. Caldwell
"I find the great things in this world is
not so much where we stand as in
what direction we are moving" Rid-
dles' ... My old D. Room . . . Tabor . . .
Cape Lax ... Ski Chalet . . . Living
with friends, in Boston Summer '88
Thanx ... It all started with a purple
running suit. Thanks Mom + Dad
Maura Beth Canavan
The dictionary is the only place you
will find success before work.
Thanks Mom and Dad for your sup-
port. Thanks also to my friends, you
guys are the best. Don't forget our
classics, the lioness never will and re-
member Mau-Mau is living the good
"Friends come and go in your life like
busboys in a restaurant." Time flew.
Changes. Thanks Brad, Lis, Tiff,
Claire. J — Ha! Young Life. Saranic.
Sting. S — Dates. Deadhead's Music.
Thanks M & D. "Momma don't take my
Kodachrome away." Had a blast.
Thanks for the laughs. I'll miss every-
Kerry Colleen Carolan
"Geek" "BBK" "Veep"
"There are three things which are
real: God, human folly, and laughter.
The first two are beyond comprehen-
sion, so we must do what we can with
the third." "Mig, Bear, Sadley, Chrys,
Heather, Cath, Tricia . . . Love You!"
"YOGI" + Boo-Boo. Young Life. Cru-
sin'. Pididdle! 8/11/88: Megadeath;
K + C. Thanks Mom + Dad!
Terrone D. Carpenter II
Voted; Most likely to succeed
One may wish that their name will live
on beyond theiryears. In doing so they
think back upon great Names in histo-
ry and come upon Play-Doh . . .
Gabrielle Patrice Carroll
"Be wise with your words and actions
for you will be remembered by them
..." MES: True love always consists
of three people "The search is over"
Another victory lap, fly-by the high-
beamer, CG? Sure! Hold on to 'da'
memories forever guys. Thanks Mom
and Dad, I love you.
Amy Lynn Casciato
To overlook the little things in life, is to
overlook the biggest part of life itself
— A^ Spain '88, Sangria Parties, Loy-
ola Academy, The Sand Bar, not even
Bruce '88, Liz '87, J and P it's impres-
sive. The New Frontier . . . Carey, are
we the same person or what? Look at
the clock!! Packs, Good Luck MC,
CM, KM, JK, DM, BP, CF, CS, HC.
Thanks Andi, Dave, Mom and Dad.
Maureen Kathryn Cham
Moe, Bean, Sly
Just remember life is too short to hold
back! "Without friends the world is but
a wilderness" Thanks everyone for a
great time! Good Luck! PS —
Grandpa (Psalms 23), Bucky, "Mar-
cia," Biwwy, 72 concert, SO, JS, LB,
MD, JM, MC, JL, AC. See ya! Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Michelle H. Chung
"How do we become true and good,
happy and genuine, joyful and free?
Never by magic, never by chance,
never by sitting and waiting, but only
by knowing good, true, happy, genuine
human beings." Thanks to all of my
friends, new and old, who are the most
genuine people I know.
Monica Ann Clark
"Give me one moment in time when
I'm more than I thought I could be;
when all of my dreams are a heartbeat
and the answers are all up to me."
— Whitney Houston
Class of '89 make that moment shine.
To my family and friends thank you for
making this moment possible. I love
Sarah Elizabeth Cleary
Nlcki, Gunter, Sar, Id, Michelle
"And I don't worry about nothin' no,
because worrying's a waste of my
time." Matt, Mags, Sloane, Gretta,
Mon, Bonsor, Coach, Smed, Larry,
Numster, Boo. Thanks for always be-
ing there! Remember N.Y., L.C., D.C.,
Aloha, wrestling, Brigham's, the
beach: Thanks Mom & Dad. Matt te
quiero. Don't forget to ask. What now?
Colleen P. Cocio
"A hard beginning maketh a good end-
ing." Heywood. I would like to thank all
of my friends for being there. Thanks
to Mrs. Kendall for all the help and
moral support she gave me. Thanks
Mom & Dad.
Tina Elizabeth Colby
Thanx Family! Thanx Grattas!
LGSMJK my best buddies, Love you
Guys!! Rae, LYMES!!
SCGCAILKBBTRED. Kimmie!! Grant,
HEEHAWMF! GALGKF Parkinglot
neiglibors. Neil, not just my love, my
best friend, I'll Love you Alw/aysl! Sum-
mer '87, The Donut, The Falls, Oxford.
"Just 15 minutes ... 5 hours later."
Goodbye and Goodluck everyone!
Michelle Diane Corby
Stop and take a look at us. How/ do we
know who we are if we're always a
mold of someone else? The time has
come for us to be individuals for only
then we will know. Thanks everyone
for letting me be myself. — (Young
Life) — I love you Mom and Dad.
Here lies my past. Good Bye I have
kissed it. Thanks a lot kids I wouldn't
have missed it! LL, CB, AC, KT, FG.
Penny, Florida + Dart, '88. LL, "No
Way!" EDGARTOWN Summers-kid
sitters? Hope, GZ, JM, CM. Thanks for
everything! "The Paynes." CBC. Suc-
cess desired, Success acquired.
Good Luck Class of '89!
Thanks Mom and Steve for all the sup-
port you gave me. A. A. remember The
window . . . Thanks to all my friends
and success to all. Always follow your
dreams and always wish on a falling
star. J.C, and M.H.!!! and my little sis-
ter Mary C you have one more year
just stick it out and get through it.
July 14, 1988 . . . JEFF . . . "TheT.A.,"
B-Buddie, "F.T.M.," Bozo's Drip Top
. . . "Take your time think a lot why
think of everything you've got for you
still may be here tomorrow but your
dreams may not." Thanks Mom and
I realize my world is not sturdy, but
neither is yours. You're afraid to step
in here, for fear of Both our Worlds
collapsing. I'll never forget summers,
laughter, tears, good friends. New
York, Shows, Clueless. Thanks S.G.
K.J., M.P., S.M., CM., S.K., M.S.,
LOVE YA ALL.
Thomas E. Cormier
James Patrick Costello
"Time goes, you say? Ah no! Alas,
Time stays, we go." Good Luck Class
of '89! Thanks Mom and Dad.
"Too fast to live, too young to die,
"If I had my way, I would probably just
sit and stare. Watch the TV or read a
book, I'd have no reason to be
Remember: To the Class of '89, "The
greatest things you do are always
done by mistake." — Clapton
EVERYONE, HAVE A GREAT LIFE!
Anne Marie Cronin
Don't give up! You know it's never
been easy, don't give up 'cause I be-
lieve there's a place, there's a place
where we belong. — Peter Gabriel
France! Colorado '87 YL + IMUSO,
shotgun. Directions? 4/29/88 P.C.
JP. SP. Ch. "My looks" #24 BABE —
Thanks CG, BH, SL, SS, SB=, CN Good
Luck Class of '89.
"There are things known and there
are things unknown and in between
are the Doors."
"If it feels good do it."
Edmund Leo Dauphinais
Never settle for less!!
Stephen M. Crowley
It seems like it took a lifetime but I
guess I made it. Sesna Huh! Jellowy,
Prixi Stix, Crash and Burn, Hey Brady,
How's the sludge in Cushing Pond.
Rocket fuel for Cling-On in the morn-
ing. Towie, Fitz, Dave, Bordy, Link,
and Shaky Parnell.
Class of '89
This is when the fun ends and the work
Andrea M. Davies
Believe in who you are and you will
never fail. Strive toward your goals
and you will always succeed. Thanks
for your support Mom, Dad, Chris, and
Jenn. GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '89!
Garrett A. Deane
Free advice: "When choosing be-
tween two evils, I always choose the
one I've never tried before." — Mae
West. Experience your dream. Climb
Mt. Washington. Long live the Dash-
board Gang! Don't let the past remind
you of what we are not now. "A light
heart lives long." Life is just walls and
bridges . . . We shall all shine on.
David Francis DeBruin
"There are three kinds of people in
the world: those who make things
happen, those who watch things hap-
pen, and those who wonder what hap-
pened." Spain '88 . . . USSR '89 . . .
Walleyballcrew. . .NFL. . .Happy?. . .
Tons o' thanks to everyone especially
Mom Dad . . . Ciao dudes — Good
Nicole Elizabeth DellaVoIpe
"You can close your eyes to reality,
but not to memories". Colorado '87,
track buddies, B.C., buddy, "nose",
BONS DAUQS, Is there something in
my teeth? Thanx Mom, Dad, Mike, Al,
Kath, Stace and Kristine. Never tear
us apart — I love you Barry.
Long live the group! And now for
something completely different . . .
Reality! It's been amusing.
Do not fear, but believe in your
dreams, for a dream is just a memory
that has not happened yet.
Kristin Mary Devito
"I'm not afraid of tomorrow, for I have
seen yesterday and I love today"
Thank you Dave for your patience, un-
derstanding and love — and thanks
for being my best friend. I love you.
Thanks also to Mom, Dad, and Kim for
your love and support. Take care Ev-
eryone! Goodbye HHS!
Juiianne Lynne Diercks
The only way to see a rainbow is to
look thru the rain . . . Don't worry, be
happy! Optimism works magic. Al-
ways remember: track sprint wor-
kouts, Y1 and CO, SYMS: JB's class,
bowling, Voodoo! Toronto trophies —
yeah Band! LB: I finally understand
Lisa language! JF: This is the way
downtown. ES: So what if I skied into
the ditch! RT: I love u! Careful with the
catsup, O.K.? M & D: I wouldn't be
here w/o u! SMILE GUYS!!
Kevin Emilio Doran
Kevin, Kev D., Emilio, Milio My name is
Doran not Duran. And I don't have an
attitude problem. You Mary. Summer
'88, Hockey 86-89, T-Bird '88. Otis,
Bob D., Big Al, Tiny, Scott D., S.D.,
D.C., Queerzie, Gargs, WHERE'S THE
PARTY? Mom and Dad don't lose
faith, I WILL SUCCEED. YABA GRABA
"I haven't enough about it"
David K. Dresser
ike life, It's something to do" —
Ronnie Shakes. The Meatmen! Dufus
Bro., Booga, tendo, (J + B)=' =
DITCH! Khodafez! Later days . . .
Kent Gerrish Drinker
It's only fun w/hen someone gets hurt.
Let's score some czars. Thanks Ah-
mad you taught me well. Xcuse me
while I kiss the sky. E.C. is God. Rid-
dle me this batman.
Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. I
couldn't have made it this far without
you. Cross-Country, Basketball,
Track, Tennis, Cheerleading, Close-
up, AFS: Greece, France, SADD, Na-
tional Honor Society, French Club,
Amnesty International. Don't regret
things past, you can't change them,
just try to learn.
Catlileen Ann Earl
Our friends see the very best in us,
and by that fact call forth the very best
in us. — Breadhead lives! Cat, Susie,
Chapstick, DiAngelos! Blinkies and
potted plants. The dog's water dish.
Carol Lames — Paper Fights. Truce!
— The best of times.
John Michael Emier Jr.
Boom! Hey Ian, Guess what? I live Join
In Nommine Satans, Don't be so fright-
ened. It's just a passing phase. De-
mon-training "kids don't have stress"
looky here, the nurses office again.
I.M., A.T., S.D., R.L., N.N., S.T., J.B.,
A.F., Who dressed you this morning,
Carolyn Lee Falls
You can clutch the past so tightly to
your chest that it leaves your arms too
full to embrace the present. Colorado
'87: C.F. — my twin: "Aren't I a
treat."; 20-hour date; "not the bright-
est kid . . . ;" No tolerance; KM, you're
so smart! D.M., you're such a riot!
Thanks for everything M -f D, KM, TE,
MC, CF, NL, DM, DD, + rest of my
"Look not mournfully into the past. It
comes not back again. Wisely Im-
prove the present. It's time. Go fourth
to meet the shadowy future without
Fear, and with a strong heart HYPER-
Karen Marie Ferrini
Friends may come and go, but the
memories will last forever. Chrissy —
Ditzy Lisa — Gotta light? "Large
Marge" Falvey. MH, JK, TC, SM. "Bob
have some courtesy, have some sym-
pathy and some taste." (R. Stones)
To my sis Nanc. U2 rules — I love ya!
Nana & Bubba — I DID IT?! Congrats
Kim! Aerosmith mustang GT, Forever
— see ya!
To dream about who you wish to be is
to waste who you are — thanks KT,
LB, SF, PC, KM and D — Kim remem-
ber the fence? Skiing in N.H.? — lis.
Cape Cod Summer 87, 88, the beach,
Boston!! football games (J & J)!l WIF?
— thanks for the memories guys, I
love you Mom & Dad — Bahamas 89!
Christina Dawn Finlay
Eighty percent of the race is run in
your head. You must believe you can
win to be a winner. Confidence in your-
self is the key. The only error is in not
believing in yourself. Thanks to every-
one who helped me believe — Mr.
Herrmann, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Thompson,
Mr. Brown, Mrs. Pennell, Lee Anne,
Mom, Pete, the team, friends. Star-
land, You clown! Summer 88 — bowl-
ing — I love You!!!
Vasaline. Heyeee. Doritos? We're
selling oranges and grapes. Mr.
Browne. Montreal. Toronto. Track
workouts. Duck pond hike. Sniffling.
Amnesty International. AFS. Russia.
Hockey Cheerleading. Night Vision.
Great Friends! Thanks Mom and Dad; I
love you! — "Aim with patience for
the heights and only the best will
come to you."
Carol Irene Flynn
"The simplest of things are often the
hardest to grasp — like soap in a
bath." Thanks to all my friends for car-
ing and making me laugh. Remember:
Judy, Frannie, Colorado, Toronto, Fi-
ber, Mau-Mau's ESLEEP, Studly,
Dave's "eyes". Fruit sale Rap, no ex-
aggeration, Amoebas stick together,
and my twin Carolyn!
I would like to thank the following: Me-
tallica, Slaye, C.O.C, D.R.I., Nuclear
Assault, Agnotistic Frount, Kiss, Dec-
ade, Zorlac, Gands, Pushead, B.C.
Rich, Chip, Jean, Jeremy, Colin, Jen
R., Mike E., Ammonster, Rachael D.,
Chris M. (Doc's) Damage Inc., The
bubble, well isn't that special Hewwo!,
Chris B. — EB CB EB, The Fake Bell,
. . . And to Rachel Evans.
"Life is to be fortified by many friend-
ships. To love and be loved is the
greatest happiness of existence."
Thanks! Elena, Jeanne, Jen, Heather
and Mike (I love you!)
"I ain't often right, but I never been
wrong, seldom turn out the way it does
in the song" The sky was a yellow and
the sun was blue Jack and Trilly this
cling — One's for you! Thanks for ev-
erything Wapes! Give her the Eyes
Bordy. The top is down.
Rachel Mary Flynn
"The future becomes the present, the
present becomes the past, and the
past turns into everlasting." Make ev-
ery moment a precious one. Let things
happen as they are meant to be. Re-
member to always be yourself. To my
family and friends in the United States
and Guana, I love you.
Stephen James Flynn
"We're not here for a long time: We're
here for a good time" . . . Weekends
... the beach . . . Clapton . . . "who's
driving?" ... ski trips . . . "enjoy life to
the fullest" . . . "be rich and own a
Jaguar" . . . Head for the mountains
... NO GUTS, NO GLORY!!!
Shannan Elizebeth Foley
Time goes, you stay? Ah, NO!
Alas, Time stays, we go.
Thanx Mom and Dad and friends
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1989
It's what you do that you don't have to
do first that makes you what you are
when its too late to do anything about
it. Dogger, Curly, Jonie, Kuruan, Cos-
mos, Tilt and everyone else, I'll see
Faith Robin Frary
"Kindness is generally reciprocal; we
are desirous of pleasing others be-
cause we receive pleasure from
Thank you M & A, Matt, Beth and Joy.
The New Zealand Experience (again &
Pooky lives. Laura on Lazell. Small
Here we go! (scary as that may be!!)
J. Borden Freeman
The Bus came and I got on,
that's when it all began
It was cowboy Neil
at the wheel of the bus
to never ever land.
If I'm sorry in the morning, that's just
too bad! To all my friends and even
Jack. When I'm rich maybe I'll write.
"All men are like grass, and all their
glory is like the flowers of the field; the
grass withers and the flowers fall, but
the word of the Lord stands forever."
— Peter: 24-25
'What I must do is all that concerns
me, not what the people think ... It is
the harder because you will always
find those who think they know what is
your duty better than you know it. It is
easy in the world to live after the
world's opinion; it is easy in solitude to
live after our own; but the great man is
he who in the midst of the crowd
keeps with perfect sweetness the in-
dependence of solitude."
Michael R. Gargano
No words of wisdom or philosophy
here. You meet the strangest people
in the strangest places, and this place
was pretty strange. Have fun next year
Al. It ain't over till it's over and here
comes that fat chick. Thanks KD, AH,
SA, BF, JW, JF and that Hurly Girl . . .
Does this mean I have to get a real
Susan Marie Geary
Even the best of friends can't always
be together, but the memories we
shared will last forever.
Couldn't have made it without ya Lau-
ra! Thanx for the best times — L.M.,
K.K., D.G., C.G., L.T., G.M., S.M., J.T.,
B.N., J.O., "bicycle Wheel" —
"What?" DEF LEPPARD — "Breath-
less" . . . "Hummarock" "WOW!"
"Checkers" "Summer Nights"
Wayne Alan Gay Jr.
"You can have anything you want . . .
but you better not take it from me."
"Hittin the Ponytrail Again" w/L.H.,
J.B., AND "C" and "J." Stink can I
have a ride. Kev. "Nice Truck," "Sum-
mertime BLUES" — Skins, 27 Shows,
Radio-Active Bug? Pearl, "Wrappin
that Rascal!" Thanx S., K., M., J., and
Lisa Marie Getty
Chrissy can you throw this out the win-
dow for me? Karen c'mon push 100!
Nanc — Ui2. Jessyca — cheese sties
and Christies! Laura — The Flaming
Firework! Tiffany — Hull Ice Cream!
Eric — My Music! Graduation is Janu-
ary 6th?! SM, TC, DC, JA, MH^ ABB
AEROSMITH. Mom and Dad — I did it!
I'll pay everyone back tomorrow!
Peter Anthony Giordano
"For a moment of night we have a
glimpse of ourselves and our world is-
landed in its stream of stars — pil-
grims of mortality. Voyaging between
horizons across the eternal sea of
space and time." — Henry Beston
Amy Beth Goldberg
"Don't be concerned about the
changes of tomorrow, they will reflect
memories of today. Live each day as if
your life had just begun." Thanks:
Mags, Nicki, Boo, C.C., L.S., R.Z.,
B.L., C.P., R.H., L.T., G.Z., Thanks
Mom and Dad. Hey! M.B., remember
Charlotte Elizabeth Gorham
In whatever you do, may the rewards
always be worth the risks. — Thanx
John "KJD" — "Never Tear Us
Apart!!" House #1: Steve, Barbara,
Patrick, Kevin and Brian. Thanx and
ILY! Margaritaville! 3/12/88!! — We
really "blew it" in Vermont Anne Ma-
rie!! — PUD . . . JP — "I'm so im-
pressed" Thanx Guys!! — #18, SPO,
Colorado '87, LY? and Charlotte's
Holbrook W. Garcia
"ONE HELLUVA GUY!"
ACE, Biff, Brooklyn (JB)^ = F NYC +
HHSDC = Hi20 What's a Gunga? I like
talking to myself because I like deal-
ing with a better class of people.
Some people are so touchy! Rocky
Forever! What Fishnets? Thanx Bon,
Semper Ubi Sub Ubi. In the end every-
thing is a gag.
Lynne Marie Gratta
"So you can get on with your search
and I can get on with mine and maybe
someday we will find it wasn't really
wasted time." Thanx Mom, Dad, Joe,
Thanx for being there Kimmie. I love ya
Mari, Tina, Tiff, Jess, Stacy and every-
one goodbye and good luck!
Patricia Anne Griffith
"There will come another day." We
finally made it! AA, find the man of your
dreams and stick with him. BBK —
Yogi, Mitch, Claire, S-Adley — Great
Times! SK you've meant more to me
than you'll ever know. Thanks Mom &
Jim couldn't have made it without you.
Doin' Fine in '89!!
Andrew James Grillo
"What do you mean quotes are due
today?" Dashboard Gang '88, "Mover
and Shaker" left on Spitburg right on
Daniel Webster, Mt Washington '86,
'87, '88 ... "Party at my house?"
Denise who? Windsurf, ski, climb
some mountains and call it a day.
Susan Jean Habelt
I just wanted to thank P.H., S.C, & T.P.
for helping me out whenever I needed
it. Hey Aimless don't feel left out. I still
think of you as one of my best friends.
Hey AO & RS Don't forget the Boston
Concert 9/26/88. I Love You Mom &
Sara Elizabeth Hallett
I'm flying! I can soar!
Way up high,
Suddenly here am I,
I can soar, I can weave
And what's more —
I'm not even trying!
— "Peter Pan'
William Gerard Hardiman
AUF Wiedersehen! Bob Crowely, Es-
tabanito, Arvid, Harry Belafonte, The
Dealer & Friends of the Dealer. "OH
NO, NOT LAZEL!" "Life is full of pres-
sures ... I still got a lot of work to do."
— Muhammad All
"Someday we may find that it really
wasn't wasted time." Remember:
Jess's pep talks . . . Fine don't answer
the question . . . Three Bostonians . . .
School!? Dragon Wagon . . . Bottoms
too? . . . It's around here . . . Thanx to
everyone especially JH, LL, NB, CH,
JB, JA, My Mom and brothers, Dad I
know we will be together someday.
To all my friends and family thank you
for helping me fly! I love you all!
Cara Ann Harries
Gookin' w/Plats, Lib, Lee — "3 know:
1 is dead, 1 has gone mad, and I have
forgotten ..." "Boomerangs in the
sky facing innocently" "Armes as in
Legs" "Stacy's wingin' It tonight"
Connecticut . . . Ponyboy, Ferrari —
J. P., C.W., H.S., J.L., C.H.^ S.A.,
"Loosesprint" I LOVE YOU MOM &
DAD — "Don't worry, be happy."
Jessyca Victoria Harris
"And if the mountain should crumble,
or disappear into the sea, not a tear,
no not I." For Michael "Don't fear the
future, don't regret the past, but live
each day as if it were your last ..."
Jen — My BFF — I love you! My family
— I more than love you! Bob and Jim
— I'll always remember you. Dead
and U2 shows. My love always to: SM,
CC, MB, DD, TR, DG, GE, JV, BW, YS,
ST, GK, CL, AW, DK, and esp. Tony,
Bordie, Sean, Alex, Kerin, and Jessie.
Steven S. Harris
There's always next year!
"Memories seem like dreams, hun-
dreds of hopes in the past, neverthe-
less it was never the last ... " —
James Taylor Ker, Claire Bear, Adiey,
JT, CSN, The day the wave hit the
wall. Trident, 7-Eleven, Looking for the
bathroom?, "Real Great," roll down
the hill backwards. Retread, give me
ten minutes, PIDIDDLE!
mr^ ■ tB
m. -^ N ^1
B *r-: ''' ^H
"Liar . . . Have a clue buddy . . . down
the pit . . . count it . . . nothin' there . . .
oh you wanna go . . . yup . . . 3,4,5 and
5 is 10 . . . Sally! . . . E.G."
H. Peter Hess Jr.
Live life so that when you're through
and looking back at what has been,
you don't say, "I wish ..." or "If only
..." There is no second chance, so
do it right the first time. Thanks for the
memories — SL, TB, RJ, CC, BH, CD
'88. To fvlom and Dad: All my apprecia-
tion and love.
Claire Ann Higgins
"A smile is a curve that helps keep
everything straight." Lavida, Thanks:
Sharon, Steph, BBK, Mitch, Sandra,
Katharine, Trisia, Stacey S, Cara,
Loose Sprints, The night the wave hit
the wall, YL. We will all be together
someday! (Dean) Padidle, Halloween
nights, I can't stop eating! (Apple
Crisp) Don't worry Be happy. Special
thanks to an awesome best friend!! Be
. . . Fri . . . I love you Mom and Dad.
"It's hard to let you go but in the fa-
ther's hands we know that a life times
not too long to live as friends."
Elizabeth Devereaux Hodges
Don't worry about a thing because ev-
ery little thing is going to be alright. —
Bob Marley AC, SL, JB, SS, PH — ^
Thanks for everything. Like, like, .
Quogue . . . Hey Dude . . . Stop it! "Thej
Trio" All my thanks and love to you,|
Mom, Dad, and Bug.
"You have to go where you want to go.
Do what you want to do. How you want
to do it." Never forget: 3 B's, 3 Bosto-
nians. Breakfast Breaks, N.J. P., M.V.
1987, 1/16/87, B.F.W., School???
Bretton Woods. Good Luck everyone!
Thanks to my friends! Jen — LYLAS!
Thanks Mom + Dad! I love you, JEFF
:— You're the best!
You are sooo . . .
Kill the weak Jill . . .
Kill em all John . . .
Well it's finally over! What else is
there to say. Thanks Mom, Aunt, and
Uncle. I love you. Chris, it's been real!
Thanks RH, AO, CC, SH, BL, MZ, and
John Tyler Horn
Stand firm in your refusal to remain
conscious during algebra. In real life,
there is no such thing as algebra. —
Life is a tragedy for those who feel,
and a comedy for those who think. —
Jean De La Bruyere
Class of '89 — sincerest thanks and
best wishes. — JTH
There is not great genius without a
mixture of madness. — Aristotle
Douglas A. Housman
Truckin' down Shakedown St., Black
Peter started throwin' stones at Al-
thea who was on her way to a dark
star behind the mountains of the moon
on a Klington blast. Bertha gave me a
box of rain with a wharf rat that told
the greatest story ever told.
Life and death are uncontrollable ev-
erything else is up to you, there is still
time to change the road you are on, if
you choose not to decide you have
made a choice. "Whatever you do,
work at it with all your heart" (Col.
3:23) — Son Village, Songs, Re-
treats, AFS, Drama Club. Thanks
Mom, Sarah, family, and friends.
James M. Hughes
"It's the end of the world as we know it
(and I feel fine)" — REM
Yes, it's finally under control (M and
D). "Remember, I'm not just the Presi-
dent, I'm also a client." O — the Im-
mortal Sy Sperling. Famous last
words Free Subs? I'm not in Band!
"Blessings on him that first invented
sleep!" — Cervantes B52 BABY
"... don't lose heart. Though out-
wardly we are wasting away, inwardly
we are being renewed day-by-day.
For our light and momentary troubles
and achieving for us an eternal glory
that out weighs them all." II Cor.
Wapes, goin parkin with the family!?
Pill, I love y'all esp. my family.
'Hope you find a lot of nice friends out
there just remember there's a lot of
bad and beware." #1 B-Buddie . . .
Bozos Drip Top . . . Hey Gaga!!!! Con-
gratulations Kim and Dave!!! Thanx
Mom, Skip, Dad, and Crystal. Ha, Ha,
John 3 more years!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally
"It's better to be lucky than good ..."
Thanks to all my friends and family and
especially BC and HTM . . .
Alicia Marie lacomini
— Whadda ya mean I don't have a
quote, the picture speaks for itself.
— Thanks for all your help Kev, you're
the best . . .
Howdy do "OMDITR" "what's" "Up
two streets, take a right" room, pits
BTOP (out 1 1) ring. Love you always
Boopa Slicky "only the good die
young" "last kiss" "black dog" cou-
ples Angels Charlie N.H. Can Cape
Anna B. Sissy Shasta (twin) Suzie
Dudy sun crazy nut thanks crew love
"One generation passeth away and
another generation cometh; but the
earth abideth forever . . . The sun also
ariseth and the sun goeth down and
hasteth to the place where he arose
"Wait I never had a chance to love you
..." Thanx to Mom, Dad & Ferret!!
(thanx to the Calvi's) "You can tell her
the truth but she'll never believe you"
I'll love you forever Joey . . . 4/ 10 . . .
Say it isn't so but it is! GOOD LUCK
CLASS OF '89.
Limited time! girls of the world — BK
— jealousy — skinner — FNML "pic-
tures" Melrose — No! LT AT MEX,
ANT balcony — PR slide summer '87
ctalls (PLKS) motorcycle — coon,
thanks Heidi, Boot, LT JS NB JL PL
CL! save the best for last: Kevin, start-
ed at world's end — Ed's — UMASS
"Privacy?, what's privacy?"/every-
thing, thanks for it all!!/never forget.
Laura R. Keating
You have a magic carpet which will
whizz you through the air to Spain or
Maine or Africa if you just tell it where.
The Mexican balcony LTAT friends
forever. We come from Antigua mahn!
BT broom EB — cocktails, NBHS?!
geeks always! one day Boot! thanks
for all the best times JK LT JS JW HS
SS JB CC, Tom and Boot. I love you!
Matthew O. Kirven
■MAR GET IN THE CAR"
Jessica E. Keyes
Stacy FAF. Winnie the pooh. Hiiii Tiff.
Tina + Neil 4-alwways, Chrissy stay
happy. Lisa your a babe. Jill, Angle,
Karen, Maureen, Eric, Mr. + Mrs. Mc-
Kenna love you all. Hampton. Falls, 7-
11 + Christy's route. Boinka, Sky-
hawk. Laura you're gay. Summer of
'87. Thanks Mom + Dad.
Stacey Hope King
"Blah Blah Blah . . . dadamama
Weow! (Gang)" Cover me! Box-man!
Moshi-moshi Kanko! Then what would
fruit look like? WORTHLESS VOMI-
TOUS MASS!! Hey! ... it echoes! FFF.
Noot aneimoor. Coke with I ... e ... h
... m ... u ... n! Me . . . and my shaaa-
dow! AFS. Amnesty. Guess what!?
Thanks Mom, Dad, Kazuko, Kelluar-
gaku, wallyball friends, and those
through thick, 'Rob', boxes and chick-
I wanna stay here more and more.
Time goes so fast. My special tear in
Hingham expires soon. It was great
meeting you all. "KANPAI" to every-
one I love. I'm always thinking of you.
Kristin Ann Kruithoff
"Happy are those who dream dreams
and are willing to pay the price to
make them come true".
GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!
Especially RMF thanks for always be-
ing there and to Mom and Dad for be-
lieving in me.
It's time to move on, but never forget
all the memories we share. "The
Gang" The best friends I've ever had:
J.T., L.T., S.G., L.M., D.G., C.G., G.M.,
S.M., R.O., B.N., E.M., B.N., "I'm takin'
my time but I'm movin' along" I love
you Dave. Thanx Mom and Dad. I
No, you guys cannot wear any of my
clothes. Wish you did not babysit me.
A and K you all imagined that night at
Joy. Yes Am Chicago is in Illinois.
Cleopatra and G.M. Shaws real pat-
ties, my favorite! 11th chem. I'll miss
you guys. Luv ya B.
I may look like I have a lot of hair in this
picture, but I'm not only the hair club
president, I'm also a client! Hey how
does a $10,000 patch sound? Special
thanks to my parents. Good luck ev-
erybody. Who was that guy anyway?
Pain + horrible days ended 11/14/
87 Fun, love, care + maturity started:
owe it all to you. (CVC: luv U) "Watch
out for back stabbers and two faces"
Joubertous times: wasted dogs, buga,
pipes, dufus brothers, Shroeders, Big
'uns, Skipp + friends. Thanx Mom,
Dad, tVlrs. Noble, Ruth, Roger.
Nicole Louise fAane Langlols
I am rather like a mosquito in a nudist
camp; I know what I ought to do, but I
don't know where to begin. Frannie
and Judy . . . THE CHEESE . . . muddin'
. . . "stuff" . . . stuck on you, amoebas
. . . the gutter . . . wallyball nights . . .
Russia '89. To the funniest family and
friends in the world: THANKS!
I shall be telling this with a sigh some-
where time and age hence Two Roads
diverged in the woods and I — Took
the road less traveled by and that
made all the difference in the world.
Thanks Mom & Dad. Night Rider, "Bud
Hutt 86", Juice, — GD — You have
delighted my soul . . . ! clingon Ha Ha
Sarah Bridget Lash
"Too low they build who build beneath
the stars" — Edward Young Can I
have a carrot? B & C. Canoeing. Colo-
rado. Reggae Sunsplash '88 Front
Steps. Whaaat? LAB. FBTT. Pete —
forget it. Thanx for everything: BH,
AMC, SRS, PH, JB, SB, AS, Mom, Dad,
John, Aim, & Alby.
Bon-Bon, Bondalin, Buck, Cabbage
Wherever you go, there you are. But
... 6/17/88, Maxwell's — Nantas-
ket, AFS: Pa., Va., Drama = N.Y.C.
Dirty Dancing, Maine, Lloyd! Jim,
Rocky Horror = Jokes over Virgins, H.
O. D., deb-bitate, J.B.^!, V.C.R. Par-
ties, T.M.N.T., Cowabunga, Ace T.,
S.A. Club, Chubba Wubba, W.Q.L.,
the glump mobie, the "mob", Bif, Doy
Hickey, V.A.M. Shatieny Ganniemah,
Have a nice . . . Thanx to everyone!
Jon M. Ledwick
"I love it when a plan comes together"
K.S.C.H. Stratton Weekend, "Chad
great parties". The Ramp, C.H. Cape
Cod, WWF, Sandy Beach, "Kev what
does the T stand for?" 1988 Soccer
and Lacrosse K.S., C.H., P.L., Sully,
C.H., SS, A.T. "We had a great time."
Richard Ivan Roland Leek
Rich, Riff, Rick, Siff
— I think therefore I am over qualified
— If all the world's a stage — I want
better lighting. NYC -t- HHS DRAMA
= H20 + FUN Grease '88 sweaters
kick butt marillion. Thanx to all my
friends Jokes over Virgins
Edward J. Leonard
"The Greek Warrior", Sully's Pose,
Sandy Beach, Pink Floyd concert &
SAT's next day, The Shadow, Quebec
It's O.K. to live life on the edge, just be
careful you don't fall off. D.K.
Thanks I had a real blast, ha. how low
can you go. Hay bar headed our way.
Jack, Fitz, Towie, Bordy, and Shaky
Parnell. Chris + Ronna. Good times
we've had and good times we have
lost, along the way everyone remem-
bers us as we pass away.
Kevin Alan Lincoln
Success is failure turned inside out,
the silver tint of the clouds of doubt.
And you never can tell how close you
are. It may be near when it seems afar.
So, stick to the fight when you're har-
dest hit. It's when things go wrong that
you mustn't quit. Thanks B.R., A. I.,
Stephen Gordon Lindell
Stevie the Worker
"I see life like a mirror. I see life so
much clearer. We move so quickly,
who knows where the time goes?
Where does this road lead? No one
knows. Listen to the single heart beat-
ing. Rhythm for an ever-changing
I'll see you again — When the stars
fall from the sky. Becky, Lisi, Kerin,
Chris, Katie, Jill, Hurp, Stoner, N/lel,
Harry, Rob, Jeanne, Coup, Gremlin -f
the umpa lumpa! Thanks Cece + Kier
for all that you've given + done for me
+ for whatever your planning on giv-
ing + doing for me!
Had so much fun last year decided to
come back again. Thanx Jenn for al-
ways being there. You can always get
what you want, but if you try sometime,
you might just find you got what you
Linnea Marie Lundin
Hope for the future. Don't dwell in the
past. Live in the present and make to-
day last. Pray for tomorrow. Let your
life live on. Hope for the future 'Cause
yesterday's gone! L.R., H.C., A.M.,
K.H. — Party favors. Yes he is! Im-
pruv, Thanx Mom, Dad, Gretch, &
Steven Andrew MacDonald
"Standing at the Crossroads, trying to
read the sign to tell me which way I
should go to find the answer. And all
the time I know plant your love and let
it grow" E.G.
Catherine J. Malone
"We may lose and we may win, though
we may never be here again." — Ea-
gles, 6-24-88, ... Did I see stars!, July
4 "Ralph", Keny: Juicy + Yogi, Sum-
mer '88, 7-5 H.O., "American Pie",
S.S., S.L., J.D., M.H., Jeannie, Til, De-
vin, Derik, Mom, Dad, I love you all!
"Good Luck to all my friends and
"He hath delivered my soul in peace
from the battle that was against me;
for there were many with me"
Thanks KG, LG, KH, CC, JT, CI, TF,
IVIB. Thanks Pimentel family. ILY! San-
dra T & Sue P. — You're the best & I
love you both! Trace, thanks for being
the best sister & friend! Love you too
Mom!! Scott — words cannot express
how I feel for you . . . thank you for
everything. Love you very much.
Thanks HHS and thanks Mr. T.!
Robin E. McKenzie
meeyay, mau-mau, shh she's asleep,
JM, FIBER, Who's "carrying?",
SYMS, Neek-o, who brought the
duck? sa m'est egal, Muddin', USSR
'89, CZU, landfill, monopoly, S.B. and
some bought none. Thanx Mr. B -f H.
Thanks to the amoebas das night the
amoebas, MP and Josh. And we'll be
back — Donahue
Renee l\/lac IVIurray
Well, can you believe it, we've been
graduated. Now we're headed into the
REAL world, everyone going their sep-
arate ways, but we'll always remem-
ber the good times at: The Pits, Jim's
Garage, Baker's Hill, Bel Air, New
Hampshire, and all the house parties.
P.S. "I am too clueless." Thanks Mom
Carey Cromer Marden
As Jefferson is known to say "A little
bit of uh huh and a whole lot of Oh
Yeah." Zat is not my Dowg. Are we the
same person or what? Star Market.
Radio Free . . . Boxman! Ditissue
fisch. Look at the clock. Pacts.
WORTHLESS VOMITIOUS MASS! The
new frontier . . . Thank You all . . .
David M. Mayer
Finally I understand the feeling of a
few ashes and diamonds foe and
friend we were all equal in the end.
"Expose yourself to your deepest
fear. After that, fear has no power . . .
you ARE free." — James Douglas
Morrison — Jim Morrison, Jimi Hen-
drix, and John Lennon: forever is our
hearts. The Grateful Dead: The Great-
est Story Ever Told. BONO BLESS.
Congratulations everyone!! And have
a great time for the rest of your life.
L.U Mike! — Hawaii '88 Let's do it
again E.A. — Kathy, Missy, Elena,
Yaz, Renee & Glowyn Thanks guys, I'll
miss you! Thanks Mom, I L.U.
"I'm gonna leave this Broken down
Palace, on my hands and my knees I
will Roll ... In a bed, by the waterside I
will lay my head, listen to the river sing
sweet songs to rock my soul . . . You
gave all you had, but you want to give
more, the more that you give the more
it will take. Rainbows end down that
highway where ocean breezes blow
. . . The Compass always points to
Terrapin" — Grateful Dead —
"How about going back to sleep for a
few minutes and forgetting all this non-
Don't let anyone tell you that "it's not
whether you win or lose but how you
play the game" because they're lying.
If you play your best, you can never
lose. See you all later.
Don't live in the past
live for the future.
If you have a dream, use
the mistakes from the past
as stepping-stones to success.
Douglas Christian McDonald
"Slow down you move too fast, you've
got to make these memories last."
Thanks everyone JB, BF's, BWU, TM,
CF^ KM, MC^ SK, RM, KK, NL, and all
the other fellas. A man finally gets out
of high school — What do you do? I
made it Mom and Dad. "Stuff"
Jill Geneviene McDonough
At the shrine of friends Don't say
"Good bye" here's to you and here's
to me. Bards; Jen; Hawls; Miss; Jer;
YS; KH; BO; LL; JM^ PK; JJ; GL; SH;
JH; JK; SP; EA; Rm, Amigos Siempre!
"pupcon", "How did I get this
bruise?", "Beefs", "The pool",
Espaf^a 87, "Ohh fetid" Thanks Mum
Kerry Anne McGovern
"You run and you run to catch up with
the sun but it's sinking. Racing around
to come up behind you again. The sun
is the same in a relative way but you're
older. Shorter of breath and, one day
closer to death." BLESS BM HJ CP
ML SS puonv, Lotsa string, The F
Truck, Normal People, re-re + The G
Mobile. TX M + D.
Stacy Ann McKenna
"Friends are forever and without them
life would have no meaning." J.O.,
E.P., T.C., L.M., T.R., L.G., J.H., M.C.,
T.W., J.S., J.B., and Mom + Dad; I
love you all and never could have
made it w/o you. May 28, 1986. Pitts;
Tony's house. March 28, 1988/Jessi-
ca I love ya. B.F. Forever.
Isaac Jefferson Mckenzie
The future reveals itself to no man.
The power of foresight embraces not
the human race. The only thing about
tomorrow that we can be sure of is
how to spell it.
Kathleen Anne McManus
Kyad, Kyaddie, Mc
Cheer up; Schlumper's deadlines;
aardvarks; K-wacka?!; Snabie! '88 —
"You're such a treat!"; junior prom
"88; the 20-hour date: "not the bright-
est kid . . . "; Shed; yikes; Espana '88:
Loyola Academy, Screwdrivers,
Sandbar, sangria-parties; "I'm so ex-
cited!"; A great life begins with a
great family: M + D, PMJPB —
Thanks and Best of Luck to Caa, Jeff,
Dani, AC, JK, MC, TE, DM, DD.
Ian A. McRae
Hey Mike guess what?! Nothing
here means anything. Hi20 + Nye =
Dead freshmen. "I'm not a satanist,
Much." Jokes over Virgins. JOLT! Sid
Lives! Earth = Mostly Harmless.
Sarah Beth Moran
Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combina-
tions/Choral Spectrum Rules/Thanks
Higgy — Drama Club — Dr. Cappers
— and HHS for a lot of great begin-
nings/"The only God worth believing
in is the dancing God." Nietzsche/
What would I have ever done without
Ben?/Good Luck, class of '89!
Susan, Thanks for being there!, K.K.,
J.T., L.T., L.L., A.M., S.M., G.M., E.M.,
B.N., C.G., D.G., J.L., "Mona", O.B.,
J.O., Runaway, Humarock: "Which
one?" Vincents: Dirty Dancing, "Whi-
tesnake!". Summer nights, Def Lep-
pard, AC. DC, Florida. You guys are
Wild + Crazy!!! Great times I'll never
Allison Elizabeth Mullane
"Always be someone people wi
need" Marilyn Madonna Margaret —
Whatever road you choose, I'm right
behind you, win or lose ... I Love You,
Pee! WE ARE FAMILY — I GOT ALL
MY SISTERS AND ME Love you too,
Timmyl Good Luck Class Of 89!
Joshua Daniel Myerov
Josh, William Least Heat Moon
I am glad I did it, partly because it was
well worth it, and chiefly because I
shall never have to do it again. Happi-
ness is a Warm Gun . . . Lennon Lives
. . Hippie Music . . . The adventures
of Ghost Dancing . . . For Freeeeee
. . Thanks Mom and Dad.
John Drew Mullin
"We the willing, led by the unknowing
are doing the impossible for the un-
My Music — "Flight of Earls", "Inter-
national Lover", and "Blister in the
Sun" Had Fun — "Monkey Bar",
"playing tennis", and "playing B-bali"
Thanx to — "wailyball" gang, the
summer clique, Mr. Perry, and Char-
lotte ("Slugger"), Steph, and Mom.
Jonathon B. Mullin
Deanne and Amy
Nicole Amy Nelson
"We only have a short stay before
we're off and on our way. We have
friends to meet, and friends to leave,
so let's have fun and blow with the
breeze." New Hampshire, Pits, Ba-
kers, 3-B's, Jim's garage, B.B., D.K. I
Love You Mom and Dad.
Bridget A. Newell
Good Luck Everyone! Thanx C.H.,
T.G., CM., and R.R, You've been the
best of friends. Jim you're the great-
est (I Love You.) And last but not least
I can't forget my family: Mom, Michael,
Dad, Marilyn. Love Ya!
Danielle Jaqueline Ngo
One moment In time is a lifetime of
memories BC: Shave it! would I eval:
Quebec and elevators; bowling; sum-
mer tennis; ESP; Weird Dreams; Boat
Party; New York: college games;
Bumble bee, GNO? Mic — "Can I
Sleep here? They're looking for me!"
To my friends: Thanx for being there,
esp. A.Y., K.M., J.F. who were always
Lockedog & Beckdog the adventure is
not over yet. Lauren only you under-
stand! The pool man did it! Chappy,
Stratton, Woobie^ Witchring. Libs your
the greatest! C.H., S.S., B.N., HP.,
K.C., J.H., B.H., L.D., E.G. Becky does
it taste ok?
Klare M. O'Keefe
A person cannot truly love another un-
til he learns to love himself . . . THANX
Christine IVIary Norton
We are not put on this earth, primarily,
to see through one another but to see
one another thru. All my love to my
family and friends. Be happy, Sarah.
"Mr. Good Vibes"
'KEEP IT SIMPLE"
Amy Elizabeth O'Mara
"We believe that the possibility of the
future far exceeds the accomplish-
ment of the past."
Thanks Mom, Dad, and T. C.W., J.R.,
K.W., A. P., B.P., Good Luck Class Of
Nothing left to do but smile, smile,
Lockdog & Hickdog, we made it,
WOOBIE and all. Heather "don't tell
Lisi." Chappy '88, Girgie, Whatever,
Honeysuckle face, Don't say the "J"
word, isic, Nerual & ykceb. It Hurts.
J.H., K.C., J.M., L.L., L.N., C.L., H.D.
Amy Christine Orlando
As you've always said I'll finally get
out of here, and I've finally done it!!!
To: L.K., B.T., H.P., C.P., R.H., D.H.,
S.H., M.P., and everyone else who I
can't mention, especially my favorite-
's!! K.M., J.D., & L.C. Anyway we're
So many choices. I have just begun.
So I started my long walk towards the
sun. Great!! Hey, How long was your
trip? Wanna croissant? Thanx every-
one for helping me through this living
Hell the past 12 years of my life — RZ
BB MD f^C JL TH BM DH Pl^ JM JB LS
RH I Love you all especially M & D.
Brian E. Parnell
"When Life Looks Like Easy Street
There Is Danger at Your Door." Cling-
On's "88-89" G.D. in Maine. "Sonny's
Chevy, It's a "70" Impala f^an." See
you much later H.H.S.!!
So many good times so many bad J.S.,
B.B., D.K., you're never forgotten but
often missed. "Babs" and "D.B.
Gilby" Luv you guys. To the Blake
family, I thank you for helping me so
much. To everyone else. Let the Good
Times Roll! Skynard '88 Mom + Dad
+ Kevin, I love you all.
Elizabeth Marie Peleckis
"There is no happiness for anyone at
the expense of other people." Best of
luck to all my friends — Thanks for
always being there through the good
times and the bad — Thanks Mom,
Dad, & Joe
Through the good times and through
the bad times, no matter what hap-
pened, we finally made it this time.
Thanx to all my friends Mama, SV, DN,
AA, JT, LT, MG, EW, DC, EG. I LOVE
YOU Mom + DAD. Mama, remember
Elaines and Teds. Mama, we've been
through it all, but we will be friends
"There is only one success — to be
able to spend your life in your own
way." Thanx Mom and Dad.
Mary Ann Pilat
Thank you to the family and friends I
care so much about. You have taken
me in out of the goodness of your
hearts and put up with me through
laughter and tears.
Susan E. Pimentel
"For long you line and high you fly, and
smiles you'll give and tears you'll
cry." So many memories, both good
and bad. Thanks LM, DD, + all my
friends. Love ya Gus. Love ya Court-
ney. Thanks Mom and Dad, Pits, 3
Musketeers, scoop mobile, summer
"87" and many more.
Alicia Christine Ponichtera
Our memories will last a lifetime We'll
take the best, forget the rest and
someday we'll find That these are the
best of times. NDA? M.C., Espana '88
— A.C., J.K., K.M., Loyola Academy,
Sand Bar, Sangria Parties, Bruce, C-l-
u-e-l-e-s-s — , Hi Julie!, Garage Door,
A.O., B.P., C.W., J.R., Scamp, Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Thanks Mom, Nana, and Gramps.
"Friends are Forever!" S.M.J.K.
(Hampton) T.C.J.H., E.P. "fire and
rain", L.G.M.S., Lisa ABB, C.A. (Sis),
J.S. (Feb '86'), G.H.S.S., A.P. Italy,
S.W.K.W., soccer cheerleaders, C.K.
"Worldsend", "Jr. Prom", Joe
(Y.G.A.F.) "Late night talks",
J.S.M.mc, S.C.R.S., T.M.M.M . . .
.Thanks and Good Luck to everyone!
Charlie, I'll never forget you! Charles
"The only one."
To achieve wisdom you must first ex-
perience foolishness: Hockey "86-
89", Loon Mt. — Colorado. Thanks
Sue, I Love you.
Brian Herbert Ray Jr.
Congratulations fellow students of
'89, we've made it! Just remember
one thing, don't be afraid to take a
chance. I did! P.S. You mean to tell me
I haven't missed a day of school since
fifth grade!! I MUST BE CRAZY!
Kelly Ann Raymond
"As we hit the crossroads of life, we
must decide which road to choose.
We say so-long to our childhood
friends; but not necessarily good-
bye." Remember — "Oh My God",
Band Trips "87 & 88", "Liono, snarf-
snarf", "I beg to differ", my good
friends Moe, Thank you Mom, DH, ET,
CT, I love you all.
Laura Catherine Reagan
Life gets so confusing and hard to fig-
ure out. I'm growing up so fast. What's
it all about? I'm becoming a different
person. Sometimes I wonder why?
Sometimes it gets so scary and I want
to run away. But I know things will fit
together — somehow, some time,
some day. — Thanks Mom, Dad, and
Jennifer Ann Reppucci
Life is what we make it, always has
been, always will be. Just keep smil-
ing — THANKS MATT, KW, CM, AO,
AP, CF, AND THANKS Mom, Dad, Ali-
son, and Kev. Good Luck Class of '89.
Christopher G. Roberts
Music wakes me Designer material
fakes me The future has come, no-
body knows I've been there. There's
one person, this secret I share.
Through schooling, I was the goal.
Thank God, Mom + Dad, all teachers,
A. A., M.R., and any other friends. Yo I
Thanks for helping me out in '88-89,
Mr. MacLeod, Mrs. Smith in Guidance,
Ms. Perelman, Mr. Lincoln, and Mrs.
Leone. I love you Marc, Mom, Lee,
Grandma, Libbi, and Jim. Julie and
Chris, Keep in touch and Good Luck.
Bye Peter S., Dave R., Jerry L., Mike
W., Jim O., and Brian R.
So what do you think? June 17, 1988
was the turning point in my life. I will
continue to reach for my simple dream
in life. I will always remember my
friends and Bonnie will always be a
part of me. State Police, FBI, CIA . . .
maybe? So watch it. Mom and Dad.
We made it!
The happiest people are those who
have no real reason for being so, but
just are . . . Molly . . . That's so sad . . .
Biwwy . . . Hey, we're going the wrong
way . . . (MS) — The House . . . Hey
Guys we've had a lot of fun . . . Matt
thanks for everything . . . Love You:
Mom, Dad, Peter, and Paul.
No, it's a little c. Pico '88 Don't be a
dinosaur. Thanks to all my friends who
helped me through high school: J.R.,
J.P.. CM., J.O., D.M., T.R., C.B. MOE.
Grateful Dead 87-88. Most of all thanx
Mom and Dad. U. Maine/Orono? Awk-
ward Shock-Absorbing P_ Head.
Hueletts, NY, Rec Room, Dock Colum-
bus Day '87 '88 Concerts Skiing "You
Live in a World of Illusion" "Where do
we go now" "I'm just a teenage bron-
kin' buck with a Pink carnation and a
pickup truck" "It really was an acci-
dent the glass was already broken"
Reclinable Seats "I'm so serious"
Reid Lawson Russell
"IT WAS LIKE A VACATION" Wind-
surfing, Mountain Climbing, (Exper-
ience your dream on Mt. Washington)
"Catch air, but never lose sight of the
Peter N. Saich
Time will work good and fast with
those good times at last. Zildjian cym-
bals "crash ride" . . . cruising hood-
less Just getting something out of my
car . . . Honest! Waste of Space Good
Problems Once I Stayed awake all
night, and I paid the price I have a
Andres Pablo Salanova
Whatever I write, whether it makes
sense or it doesn't, it will only be
meaningful to those who know me
well; So: BAA, BAA
Argentina, te quiero (pero puedo
esperar) Thanks to everyone.
Yasmin Gail Saleh
"Let the good times Roll" Remember
the Pits, Tony's, Baker's Hill, "We
didn't even get PC'd" Fla '87, UB40.
Maybe next weekend Nicole? Can I
have a light — not Miller Light! Sunny
Days, Skippin' School, hanging out
be'in cool. Plans? Nicole! Scoop! Sen-
ior Prom 87? Bahama Bound. Thanx
for the memories N.B., M.B., R.M.,
E.A., D.D., J.B., J.H., B.B., J.S., J.M.,
C.L., C.B., K.S., J.B., Leve Senioritis
"I'm as free as a Bird now" PARTY!
Thanx M + D Luv ya. 6/4/89
Thanks to All That Helped Me Through
Good Times And Bad
"Fun is Blasting Around
Function is not Blowing it
F2 is When It All Comes Together"
Soccer: Europe '87, Coach
Lax: Spring '87
Stratton '88 Alps '98
"Don't laugh at my car.
Hey, Wher're my Hubcaps?!!"
LONGO . . . LEDWICK
"We are the music makers. We are
the dreamers of dreams." — Willy
Wonka Thanx Mom and Dad. i luv u
Peter. GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '89!
Susan Rebecca Sarni
The only thing that makes life possible
is permanent, intolerable uncertainty:
not knowing what comes next. Can I
have a carrot, "Let me tell you . . . ,
P.C. 4/29/88, B & C, Reggie Suns-
plash '88, "Just Shut up". J.C, CM.,
S.L., L.G., B.H., AMC, AC, Mom, Dad,
and Holly — Thanks for everything
Matthew C. Schmid
"Lewd did I live, & evil I did dwel" A.M.
weiney roast Bigman, kiss my boys
good night. Lynne I love you. What did
Gerald W. Scampoli Jr.
You're free to do what you want to.
Isaiah 53-5 Oh ... I hear you. Well
good luck and Congratulations.
Thanks to everyone. "What did he
say?" To the tech drawing crew —
I don't really have much to say, I've
been grounded all my life. — Probably
— Waterville — the one I got away
with — JK, LK, HS, JW Thanks for
listening it really helped. — I finally
made it, now when can I leave. —
memories CH, You're something spe-
cial. — Good Luck "89
Mark Evald Semler
Mom would be proud. M, K, C: Helped
the most. Catch me on the beach in
the '67 buggy.
"I believe in the imagination. What I
cannot see is infinitely more important
than what I can see." "True happi-
ness consists not in the multitude of
friends. But in the worth and choice."
Remember the Summer of '88 ...
Yes? No? I DON'T KNOW! . . . FWAP
. . . blinking lights . . . cards . . .
Thanx for the experiences everybody.
Kathleen Ann Shaw
Only as high as We reach can We
Only as far as We seek can We go.
Only as deep as We look can We be.
Only as much as We dream can We
Thanks Mom, Dad, Harold, Eileen,
John, Elizabeth, I LOVE You All . . .
Also thanks to Kristine, Stacy, Laura,
Nicki, + Elena.
STAND BACK WORLD, HERE I
The easiest thing in the world to be is
you. To AB & CW, you're really the
best. Thank you to those at N & M for
so many memories. — LM, LS, SB,
GP. Long talks, firsts, and happy
campers. Thanks to my wonderful
"penpal" Mom and Dad, I love you.
Edward J. Sheridan
"Always look on the bright side of
life." "Oh my God" "Horrifying."
"Monty P." "The Hogs." "I would"
E.M.B. "the Hogs" "Sillywalks"
"What the Hell, D.D. I Do!" "NO
SLUGS" "Colorado '87" "Saranac
'88" "Florida '87" "Schmitty + Beat-
tie" "Stubba" "Wapes" "Heals"
"Tom" E.P., M.D., J.L., J.B., Jen S.,
T.T., U.M. and C.C. "Keep in touch.
Don't forget me, and Remember you
only live once!"
Tyra Elena Sherry
"Your friend is your needs an-
swered." You know who you are. I
swear I've never seen this kid before
in my life. Lee, UR the best despite
hating CHUD and liking GooGoo Baby
more than me. WG. I've always had a
secret crush on you. Waking up to
watch the sunrise. Spineless Wonder,
twisted baseball player's arm JBT,
how can you expect me to say it in just
a few words — let alone, in a public
yearbook? U2 I feel sick.
Torun Hergot Smedseng
Thanks to everybody who have been
so nice to us exchange students. And
a big thanks to AFS.
ARET CIKK FORT,
MYE HAR JEG SETT,
MYE HAR JEG GJORT.
JEG VIL ALORI GEEMME DETTE
Aaron Marshall Smith
Kicken around on a piece of ground in
my own home town. (P.D.) Q.C.,
Chevy, New Hampshire, Hockey, TUB,
F.A., T.C., S.M., C.J., Good luck class
George William Smith
"Don't sweat the small stuff," "Playin'
hoop tonight?" E.G., R.G., Stores,
V.H., The Who, "Let the good times
roll," "We're not laughing with you, we
are laughing at you." "Ya might,"
Thanks to all.
Heidi S. Smith
The Waiting is the Hardest Part, T.P.
— Girls of the World — The Wop —
Khee Khee — DFCC — Pictures! —
N.T. — Jealousy — Summer '87 —
T.T.C. 86-87 — BK — Spaghetti and
Onions!! — Bottlecaps — 4/29/88
T.F.! — Florida '88 — 12/28/87 Paul
— the closet — Waterville — Sr.
Prom '88 — Soccer Cheerleading '88
— Thanks for everything Keats, Wats,
Stace, Spell, L-A, Cah, Boot, Sue,
P.O., Mom and Dad. GOOD LUCK
CLASS OF 1989!!!
Now there's nowhere to go but up ... I
iv/7/ reach the sunshine . . . Al, AY, JL,
AD, SL, LC, MF, CS, CL, "Corrigans",
Ms. L., Mr. B., Mrs. H., Mom, Dad, Phil
. . . you are the best, I love you . . .
remember, life is "classic"
Jennifer Susan Spellman
Our memories of yesterday will last a
lifetime. We'll take the best, forget the
rest, and someday we'll find these are
the best of times. Harbor '86 . . .
"Wasted Time" . . . YEAH!
Thanks and good luck to Leigh Ann +
Susie, Tiff, Jen, Laura, Tom, and Soc.
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Give 'em a foot and they'll take a yard.
A speck and they'll take an inch,
'Cause when you take a poke at life. It
always responds with a pinch. For life
is like a sneaker. Bright and shiny and
new. But when you look at it closely.
You notice you just stepped in dog
"Only the good die young!" (IRON
'Everyone lives and everyone dies."
"If you don't lean on anyone no one
will ever let you down." What a pisserl
Track. No Dom she meant at tennis.
French. Him Muffy Syndrome: Kip, Biff
I love you all! Maine. 63 ... 1 12. Noth-
ing lasts forever. Jes'um meem. Dust
in the Wind. He can gutten my berg
brother/ sister. Never Again!
Andrew D. Stonefield
Now it's our turn, Don't Blow it! Thanks
Mom and Dad. This is it! Cape Cod and
everyone there, Chip, John, Leigh,
Pete, Time? G-Block. Lax, "Stony"
Volleyball Boys, Rog, Pink, Hey Dixi!
Eat to Die! Who? left, left, LEFT! O —
Tolerance, Hard Core. Earth. 12
You see most people think/Great God
will come from the sky/Take away ev-
erything and make /everybody be high
but if you /know what life is worth/
you'll find yours right here /on Earth.
Thou art a strange fellow. As matter
stand now we are in a little better posi-
tion than the guest of Bolgoas.
Ay, every inch a king! (K, L).
We are finally free
Out to discover who we can be
We learned how to lead
From which we do not fear.
Believe it or not we will succeed
Though each day will be a trial
So long friends, teachers, acquaint-
Especially MC, SC, MS, KD, KR, SD,
Stacey Anne Sullivan
Never give up, never give in, you can
conquer, you can win, CH, KS, HS, KW,
CH, SA, LT, TR, JL, SS, ND, L/JK —
"I'll never forget you guys!" Conn., Jr.
Prom, "Hey dude," Joe, WA — Sum-
mer '88, Lifeguarding, "shotgun," Chi-
nese restaurants, track practices, siz-
zled hair, P.S.S.O.M., soccer cheer-
leaders, girl talks, OKEMO, "Fool in
the Rain," Two totally different peo-
ple, each one my best friend, Thanx
Cara & Kath. Love you Mom & Dad!
To Be All That You Can Be, You Must
Dream Of Being More. Thanks for the
good times! Good Luck Class of '89!
Derrick Matthew Swanson
The corner lives 88. Hey Geeko who
do you think you are, get out of here
take another course . . . May the
Schwartz be with you ... Go bakes in
89 . . . J.S., G.H., E.S., J.M., we're out
Mallisa Ann Szabo
"Always remember 1 thing . . . Don't
worry about nothing because worry-
ing's a waste of my TIME!" School
was just Grand but now it's time to
move on to bigger and better things.
Nicki, Smed, Larry, Numbster, Spoof,
Moni, Coc: Keep in touch! Have fun,
Be happy, And never give up ANY-
Laura Copeland Thaxter
"It is not death that a man should fear,
but he should fear never beginning to
live." NY, AFS, Bus rides, Dan-
ceathon. Skiing. Cherish the memo-
ries, live the dreams. Thanks every-
one for sharing tears and smiles. "The
sky is burning, a sea of flames, though
your world is changing, I will be the
same." STAY GOLD. Thanks M, D, J,
The only way to have a friend is to be
one — Emerson. Road trip with the
Trojan Horse . . . Sandy Beach . . .
Clapton . . . BudMud . . . Remember:
Lead, Follow or Get the Hell out of the
way! Good luck to the Class of '89!
"The hand that rocks the cradle rules
the world." Thanks Ma, Dad, Dave,
Lauri, and Friends. Love ya all. Good
Luck class of 89. I LOVE YOU BABY
"Move on through life and flow with
the breeze what's for you never goes
by you" . . . thumper, Harbor 86, pits
aimless day, balcony singers,
"You've Got A Friend." Thanks Jen &
Laura, and you too, AM! Jen, Best
Friends Forever! I love you Mom &
Dad. Eric only 8 more years, and I'll
love you forever!!!!!
Andrew John Thornton
No matter what you achieve in life, if
you never quit you'll always have your
self respect. FOOTBALL: back of bus,
the sled, gericos. A.M.W.R., "We
need more propane," "Hello is the Hit
Man there," "the Caldorians, your Lo-
cal Kawasaki dealer," . . . GOOD
To cheat oneself out of Love is ttie
most terrible deception it is an eternal
loss for which there is not Reparation
either in time or eternity.
— Kler Kagard
To all my friends both new, and old.
We'll stay together as we grow old.
GM, JL, KK, SG, LM, GG, DG, RO, EM,
SM, BN, BN, VF, AA, BL, SF, BO, GR,
SJ. I love you all! Thanks Mom and
Dad. I love you Both.
Jean Marie Toomey
Well I'm taken my time, I'm just moven
along. Just as THE GANG always did!
Love to the best friend's I eva had: LT,
KK, BN, SM, GM, RO, DG, SG, GG, LM,
BN, BC, EM, AA, LP, SF, BO. I Finally
made it Mom & Dad! Thanx to you
When I think back on all the crap I
learned in High School,
It's a wonder I can think at all.
Though my lack of education hasn't
hurt me none,
I can read the writing on the wall.
— P. Simon
Don't it always seem to go.
You don't know what you've got til its
They paved paradise, put up a parking
— J. Mitchell
Michael Stephen Towie
Mom and Dad thanks for everything.
Deb I Love ya.
Sleeping out for tickets. Dead shows
#1, Trips to N.H., nature walks, wake
up calls top down, clungon, swim
Bordy, Fitz, Steve, Shaky Parnell,
Link, Gerry, Waples, Til it's been real.
Sandra Joy Turpie
Friends are friends forever if the
Lord's the Lord of them. (Amber,
Dean) Y.L. 87, 88. Colorado 87 Flor-
ida 88, Saranac 88, LaVida 88.
Thanks Mel, Claire, Katharine, Shar-
on, Jeff, Mike, Scott, Dave, Greg. I
LOVE YOU GUYS. Mom. Dad, and
Scott: I couldn't have asked for better.
I LOVE YOU.
I am an AFS student from Finland. I
want to thank you all for this wonderful
year I have had with you. I will never
forget you. Tama on oilut yksi elamani
suurimpia vuosia, mutta hetkeakaan
en eparoi sanoessani etta paras maa
maailmassa on ja tulee aina olemaan
Stephanie Ann Valovic
"Mighty few people think what they
think they think."
— Robert Henri
"Do it again!" . . . Arrt + Pick-tunes
. . . "Maximize your potential!" . . . Q-
Men . . . Teeshu Feesh . . . Imperfect
Symmetry . . . STUPID . . . Pen Parts
+ Cactii . . . Happenin' Garlics Fro-
lickin' . . . Phoneticists of the world —
UNITE! . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Lib
Kathleen Anne Karen Walker
"The Fat City Band"
Thanks to the South Shore Conserva-
tory of Music and Playing the flute. I
Love JOE PORTER. Thanks Mom &
Katharine Mercedes Waples
Boogar "Wapes" Stoneher
"Good friends we have, good friends
we have lost along the way. On this
great future you can't forget your
past." (Dean, Amber) Dana I'm gonna
miss ya keep in touch 1, 4, 2. Mike,
Sandra, Troll, Eddie, + Fitz. M.V. 86,
Fla. 85/86, Saranac 88. Thanx Lynne,
Denise, Amy (Jersey)
Don't Worry Beeeeeeee Happy
Jennifer Lynn Watson
Here's to the greatest time of my life i
the best of friends I've shared it with
— Jen, 1 1 years, so many memories —
Heidi, Spell, Tony, Bug, Jay, & EVERY-
ONE ELSE — thanks for everythin
3 / 28 / 88 Jim & Bob — I'll never forgi
you. I know we can make it. Good LucI
Jon! Thanks Mom & Dad — I love yo
"Let them bat so long as they fear."
— B.R. "It is better to be destroyed
and victorious than smiling and de-
feated." — F.M.
"We're Bad to the bone. . .at least for
the first day." — B.R. Thanks Father,
Mother. "Blah!" T.A. "I Want . . . "
J.C. TBFU. Dashboard Gang. "The
dopes" — T. & K.G.
Kristine Ann White
"God grant me the serenity to accept
the things I cannot change, courage to
change the things I can, And the wis-
dom to know the difference." Thanks
Scott (L.Y.A.F.) Thanks Jen, Kathy,
Nicki, Tiff, Kim, Tricia, and Michael. I
couldn't have asked for better! T.G.,
J.G., CM., J.L., S.S., L.D., A.O., C.C,
Uncle Michael, "little sister," X-ess,
Basketball Capts. '89, IRELAND '87,
Quad Capts. Softball '88, Miami '87,
BONS DAUQS, Good luck Jimmy and
Jen, Thanks Mom and Dad. I Love you
These are the seasons of Emotion
And like the winds they rise and fall
This is the wonder of devotion —
I see the torch we all must hold.
This is the mystery of the quotient —
Upon us all a little Rain must fall.
— The Rain Song —
Leigh Kelsey Wightman
Whitey, Mom, Leesie
"... the thoughts of youth are Long, 1
Long thoughts." — D.C. What about
the pennies? Bonnies boat. Johns hot
tomato. Could it be the Jolt Bon? Hold
on to the memories . . . Bonnie, Jubes,
Ken, Dom, Mark, Lisa, Tim, Lee, Scott,
Mr. B, Dr. J, M & D and the class of 89!
I love you all!
Matthew Scott Wieman
"No . . . Western Road. The way to the
The decisive question for man is: Is he
related to something infinite or not?
That is the telling question of life. —
Live life as it comes
"Only the Good Die Young"
I'll always remember Bob & Jim,
First & last night — "Pits", "Bakers
Best friends 4-ever Jen Watson.
Mike — no more problems.
I love you Mom, Heather, Amy.
Keep in touch everyone —
Love ya & miss ya.
Barry Christopher Willis
"The race is not always to the swift
but to those who keep on running."
Thanks Mom + Dad. Thanks Scott,
Adam, Wayne, Mark, Kevin, Nicki —
You're all I need. I love you.
"The waves echo behind me . . . But
there are more beaches to explore
and more shells to find. This is only a
beginning." — Anne Lindbergh . . .
Hey Ame, we don't have to run any-
more! . . . Good Luck Ame, A. P., B.P.,
J.R., everybody . . . Thanks Mom,
Dad, Courtney + Russ.
"If the sun refused to shine ..."
"When mountains crumble to the sea
"And if the mountain should crumble
disappear into the sea, not a tear,
no not I." Thanks Kristine (L.Y.A.F.)
you Mom and Dad, A. P., B.W., J.M.,
A.C., J.L., T.R.
"Thank God for the Quad" "follow
Mark H. Wolpers
"The futures uncertain and the end is
always near." — Jim Morrison
I love you Elena.
There you go man think as cool as you
It riles them to believe, that you per-
ceive the web they weave, and keep
on thinking Free.
You only fail when you stop trying . . .
Dying is easy — Living is hard. A. I.,
L.S., D.N., J.F., K.M., J.D., Mom and
Dad, Kids (all 6). Stick jokes . . . ten-
nis ... ping-pong . . . pictionary . . .
bowling . . . jeopardy — I'm not indeci-
sive, am I?
James St. Piere
Those we hold most dear never truly leave us.
We all have our different journey's,
We all were meant to learn something,
But never meant to stay.
Our destination is a place far greater than we know.
For some, the journey's quicker,
For some, the journey's slow.
And when the journey finally ends
We'll claim a great reward.
And find everlasting peace.
This year the girls' cross-country team fin-
ished 4 and 3. Captains Cindy Willis and Christi-
na Finlay are among the seniors leaving. Amy
O'Mara and Nicole DellaVoIpe are also graduat-
ing this year. Special thanks to Coach Joe Ryan.
Top L R: A. O'Mara, J. Caldwell, K. Baumgarten, S. Margetts, N. DellaVoIpe.
Bottom L R: J. Sanford, C. Willis — captain, J. Mckenzie, C. Finlay — captain, C. Leahy.
Top L R: Coach Ryan, C. Madsen, A. Locke, A. Duff, J. I^icfiaels, 1^. Roper, D. Smitfi, J. Peleckis, M. Braiden.
Bottom L R: J. Kababik, 1^. Taylor, B. Willis co-captain, S. l^/lacDonald co-captain, J. Bologna, B. Snyder.
The boys' cross-country team finished 4 and
3. Captains Barry Willis and Steve MacDonald
are the only seniors leaving this year. It was a
good season, and the team has a promising fu-
ture ahead. Thanks Mr. Ryan!
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The 1988 Hingham Field Hockey team led by
senior co-captains Jen Spellman and Andrea Da-
vies finished the season with a league record of
7-2-6 and an overall record of 8-4-6. The team
placed 2nd in the league qualifying for the state
tournament. The following honors were awarded:
Senior Jen Spellman and Junior Katie Costello
all star players, and Senior Kathryn Waples, Ju-
nior Lisa Doty all-league players. Many thanks to
the perseverence and dedication the teams and
the coaches displayed throughout the season.
Junior Varsity Team:
Top L R: A. Cortese, J. Goldsberry, M. Duggan, L. Welch, K. Campbell, L. MaoLean, S. Carr, C. Cullings, C. Ferretti, L. Doody, L. Schirmer,
Bottom L R: K. Berry, T. Welch, P. Gilbert, T. Esser, P. Murphy, K. Carty, A. Carpenter, A. Godfrey, M. Gay.
Top L R: C. Kellisher, K. Antall, E. Colantonio, K. Costello, S. Baynes, M. Healy, J. McGeoghegan, N. Buba, S. Cook, H. Fisher, J. Davies, J. Kearney, L. Doty.
Bottom L R: S. Heap, K. Hurley, N. Nelson, L. Gratta, J. Spellman, A. Davies, C. Falls, T. Cornell, K. Waples.
The team went to the
States, but lost in the 1st
round of finals. The all-star
team consisted of Claire
Higgins, Leigh-Anne Taylor,
Stacy Sullivan, Emily
Greenlaw, Katie Delay, and
Top L R: 8. Mortimer. M. Keohan, S. DeMaggio, K. McCann, B. Violandi, A. Taylor, K. Delay, E. Greenlaw, C. Mundenk, M. Stewart, K. Conway, Coach
Bottom L R; S. Adiey, J. Watson, J. Williams, C. Higgins — captain, L. Taylor — captain, C. Harries, S. Sullivan, H. Smith.
'Once you got it up keep it up Hingham'
Junior Varsity Team
Thank you Coach Williams!
A number of players were honored by the
grants of various awards in the League. These
included: Kevin Sampson, most valuable player,
the Leadership award, and the Old Colony
League Sportsmanship award; senior Reid Rus-
sell, tvlost Improved Player award; Kevin Samp-
son, Mike McCann, Adam Prime, Eric Chalmers,
and Mike Veneto, OCL All-Star team. The varsity
team also received the team OCL Sportsman-
Top L R: Coach. L. Flates, M. Veneto, P. Goulden, J. Anderson, R. Russell, R. Gatnik, M. Kay, J. Thorpe, M. Brennan, D. Scipione, R. Stevens, A. Prime, Coach Farell
Bottm L R: 8 Hughes, C. Krastin, M. McCann, J. Ledwick — co-captain, K. Sampson — co-captain, E. Chalmers, G. Winch.
The 1988 Hingham Foot-
ball season was led by tri-
captains Ricky Cronin,
Andy Thornton and Jim Le-
vinson, these three unified
the team and worked hard
to try to defeat the larger
and more powerful teams in
the OCL. There were some
very close games that we
should have won, better
luck next year.
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Back Row L R: Coach Schmedt, Coach Jewitt, Coach Trilson, Coach Viti and Coach Clapp. Second Row L R: S. Hayes, P. Ward, P.
Leary, E. Leonard, Natt Winnie. Third Row L R: M. Lennon, M. Hickey. B. Higgins, D. Wexler, I. Griffiths, D. Brown. Fourth Row L R: E.
Jerome, G. Pikarski, D. Cham, C. Lofgrin, U. Amonte, J. Hagan, G. Szabo. Fifth Row L R: D. Schrauth, R. Schewark, K. Estano, A.
Barker, R. Kiesel, A. McKenna, S. Mansini. Sixth Row L R: M. Maddio, A. Jollin, M. Violandi, F. Derubeis, M. Ford, J. Beaulieu, D. Fahy, T.
Routhieur. Seventh Row L R: P. Lucy, M. Loughlin, \A. Carnes, J. Charis. B. Porier, C. Campbell, M. Gainey, S. Dann. Second Row From
Front L R: 1^. tvlellish, 1^. Wolpers, B. Falvey, 1^. Kay, A. Leary, D. Griffith, T. Vahasilito, K. Sullivan. Front Row L R; C. Igo, K. Doyle, A.
Thornton. R. Cronin, J, Levinson, D. Carnes, J. Stebbins.
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Varsity Team (top I to r) Coach Curran, B. Rioux. T. Murray, P. Carnes, J. Oldach, D. Stebbins, C. Weber, C. Cox, P. Cox, B. Raffetto, and also pictured below
are seniors B. DiMartinis, M. Semler, and S. Flynn.
The 1988 Golf team was led by captain
Chris Cox. The team is losing seniors
Mark Semler, Steve Flynn, John Oldach,
and Brett DiMartinis. The team is looking
forward to an even more promising sea-
son in 1989. Special thanks to Coach Cur-
ran and S.S.C.C. for the use of their
Members: L. Reagan, K. Shaw, S. Sullivan, N. DellaVoIpe, C. Finlay, J. Diercks, T. Smedseng. Top L R: Coach Pennell, S. Dillard, J. Mahoney, H. Kutch, C.
Leahy, J. McKenzie, S. Cannon, B. Howe, M. Duggan, A. Bonneymann, S. Pierce, H. Cook.
Captains: Christina Finlay, Coach Pennell, Nicole DellaVoIpe and Stacy
The girls winter track team went 3 and 2 this year. They
were led by captains Christina Finlay, Stacy Sullivan and
Nicole DellaVolpe. With the help of some new freshmen and
sophomores the team finished third in the O.C.L. The seniors
that are also leaving this year are Kathy Shaw, Julie Diercks,
Laura Reagan, Lee Stinson, Claire Higgins, and Sharon Ad-
ley. This year the team was close and the seniors will miss
the rest of the team. Best of luck to the team next year!
Thanks for the memories!
Members: Top L R: B. Porter, M. Polefka, R. O'Shea, B. Snider, J. Messer, M. Roper, R. Kiessel, M. Goldberg, B. Sharp, Coach Herrmann. Bottom: L R: D.
Griffith, R. Gronin, B. Willis — (Captain), A. Thornton, S. MacDonald — (Captain), B. Wijkstrom.
The boys winter track team finished
3 and 2. Captains Barry Willis and
Steve MacDonald led the team to
finish third in the league. Three team
members won all star awards. They
were Rick Cronin in the shot put and
50 yard dash, Josh Messer in the
hurdles, and Barry Willis in the mile.
Overall was a strong showing for the
Front Row: J. Anderson, M. Veneto, R. Canavan, C. Cox, Co-Captains — K. Doran, A. Smith, M. Reed, T. Vahasilta, F. Alexander, J. Willner Back
Row: T. Griffin, T. Messina, C. Maguire, T. Ryan, G. Jarvis, R. Schuhwerk, T. Kennedy, P. McKenna, B. Rioux, M. Achille, J. Darling, B.
Weightman, Coach G. Regan
Front L to R: P. Ward, C. Oliviero, S. Wallace, P. Cox, B. McNulty, P. Oliviero, B. Davis, C. Willy, M. league, T. Locke, T.
Donlon, T. Murray, missing S. Hayes Back L to R: G. Reagan, B. Hanson, J. Mullen, E. Ahlsted, P. Leary, L. lorio, B. Cox,
B. Shelsy, B. Delgallo, A. Grosso, C. Smith, M. Anastos, T. Hughes, B. Murray, A. Vickery, J. Hagan, T. Ryan
The 1988-89 Harbormen
Hockey team coached by Garret
Reagan has enjoyed a very
encouraging season. At this
point with three games
remaining in the 20 game regular
season, the Harbormen hold an
11-5-1 record and are in a
promising position for a state
tournament birth, needing only
one point in their remaining
games. The team is captained
by seniors Kevin Doran, Mike
Reed and goalie Aaron Smith.
Super sophomore forward Rob
Canavan leads the team in
scoring, while juniors Tim Griffin
and Greg Jarvis have helped to
produce a potent offensive
attack. Reed, freshman
defenseman Ricky Schuwerk,
and Smith have contributed to
the team's success with
consistently strong defensive
Top L R: L. Smith, S. Mortlin, M. Zaccardi, E. Osier, L. LaPlant, A Bonneyman, Coach Hennigan. Bottom L R: S. Maynard, D. Paulik, C. Montank, L. Tompkins.
The Hingham High School Gymnastics Team has succeeded in completing
another year filled with effort and team spirit. Our new coach, Tracy
Hennigan, began the new season with a fresh approach and enthusiasm.
Seniors Lynn Tompkins and Leslie Smith led the team strongly as captains
for the second year in a row. Junior Maura Zaccardi and Sophomore Cory
Mundhenk competed consistantly on all four events as the all-arounds
throughout the season. Completing the team are junior Erin Osier and
sophomores Sarah Maynard, Alison Bonnyman, Diana Paulik, Stephanie
Jordan, Shannon Mortland, and Lynne LaPlante, all of whom contributed to
the team with solid routines and strong support. Thank you Coach, Captains,
and team members for another good season.
Members: Top L R: Coach Mortimer, S. Mortimer, H. DuCasse, L. Doty, T. Aylward, W. Hermann, M. Chisholm, S. Marguetts, C. Kovatch. Bottom L R: K.
White — (co-captain), T. Griffith — (co-captain)
Co-Captain Kristine White, Coach Mortimer, Trisha Griffith
The girls basketball team was led by captains
Kristine White and Trisha Griffith. Including the
captains the five starters were senior Mandy
Chisolm and Juniors Lisa Doty and Trisha
Aylward. Other teammates who contributed
off the bench were Senior: Heather DuCasse,
Juniors: Cecily Kovatch, Stephanie Margetts,
and Stacy Mortimer, Sophomores: Kim White,
Tory Allen and Wendy Herman. The team did
well this year by playing exciting, fast break
games. We had a fun season, best of luck to
the team next year.
Top Row (L-R) Coach Clinton, G. Deane, C. Campbell, M. Murphy, T. Gonnsalves, J.
Mullin, M. Cotsonas, C. Krastin . . . Bottom Row (L-R) M. Carnes, P. Carnes, S.
Sullivan, K. Sullivan, J. Bologna, S. Carpenter
This year's basketball team
would like to thank all our fans
who supported us throughout
the season. Even though our
record was not as good as we
hoped it would be. We did play
some impressive games and
never gave up. We would like to
thank Coach Clinton, Coach
Perry and Coach Mahos for
believing in us, and the
cheerleaders for their
outstanding performances and
support. Good luck to the
departing seniors: Kevin
Sullivan, Stephen Sullivan, Mike
McCarthy, Gary Deane and John
Mullin. Better luck to the team
next year and congratulations to
the all out effort of the team of
Top Row (L-R) Coach Perry, M. Taylor, J. Fleming, j. Thorp, M. Hirtle, L. Binau, B,
Carney, M. Madio, J. Watson . . . Bottom Row (L-R) J. Tessler, D. Scipione, B. CArnes,
J. Kababik, T. Martin, J. Carpenter, K, Zia
Front Row: Captains: C. Norton, M. Canavan, J. Fish; Mascot H. Norton. Members Back Row L R: C. Flynn, A. Arkell, T. McColgan, M. Healey,
B. Peleckis, D. Ngo, K. Kojima, A. Cronin, L. Wightman.
Hey you! . . . wait until the 3rd period . . . our
fan club . . . M.W . . . Red . . . A-C-T-l-O-N
. . . Zamboni . . . Ed! . . . shoot! (2) . . . From
the dlaphram . . . D-D-Doit . . . Didn't we
already play at this rink? Bren-nan! . . .
Weymouth North . . . What's the one that
goes into Go! Ahuh!? . . . We do it this way
in hockey. Busta . . . the hockey boys . . .
the equipment bus . . . Hobomock ... Oh no
— Chris lost her voice again! . . . The
States '89 . . . Miagi . . . you say ready . . .
Beth and Leighs banner . . . McDonald's
trash . . . Thanks to all of the Hingham High
School Varsity team's hard work, we were
able to cheer them on a great season!
Captains: C. Norton, M. Canavan, J. Fish. H. Norton — (Mascot)
Members: On top: S. Cusak. G. Johnson. K. Ramsey; Standing: A. Rancourl, C. O'Brien, H. Mooligan; Kneeling: M. Foley; Sitting: C. Carney, C. Buckley, K. Waldren; Lying: Captain G. Carroll.
This season may not have been one of Hingham's best, but
our teann worked hard and we're very proud of them. We had an
excellent time cheering them on during so many of their close
games. We as cheerleaders, started as strangers and ended as
good friends. We all grew up a lot during this season and have
many wonderful memories. We will never forget: The Cabbage
Patch Kid, secret admirers, siiiisi.ioi? Special thanks to: Coach
Clinton, Coach Perry and especially to our advisor Mrs. DeVito.
Best of luck to next year's basketball cheerleaders and team.
The 1988-1989 Hingham High Wrestling
Team had a season of ups and downs,
but came out on top with a winning
record of 9-8-1. Although the team was
plagued with injuries, loosing senior Tom
Berry, Mark Stanton, Fred McGovern,
and Garret Kletjian for different intervals
throughout the season, the wrestlers
came together under the leadership and
experience of captains Peter DiMarino,
Jeff McKenzie, Fred McGovern, and
Mark Stanton. Along with the other
returning varsity members and a new
wrestler, the team finished very well in
the tough Old Colony League. A note of
congratulations goes out to Peter
DiMarino, who recorded the most team
points (104) and Joe Fulton, who
recorded the team's quickest pin. A
highlight of the year was the Sectional
Tournament which was held at Hingham
High School. Seventeen towns were
represented in the tournament.
Varsity: Coach Oliver, G. Kietian, J. Aprea, M. Tutkis, A. Whalen, T. Ruthier, J. Scully, N. Vakul, Z. Jones,
Coach Barges. Bottom: A. Barker, M. Stanton (Capt.), F. McGovern (Capt.), P. DiMarino (Capt.), J. McKen-
zie (Capt.), J. Fulton, B. Farmer. Missing: T. Berry.
Captains: F. McGovern, M. Stanton, Coach Barges,
J. Mckenzie, P. DiMarino
Junior Varsity Team
The returning Seniors for the 1989 sea-
son are captains Sharon Adiey, Tricia
Griffith, Claire Higgins, and Kristine
White; along with Melissa Bonsor, Karen
Ferrini, Jen Reppucci, and Leigh Weight-
man, Coach Mortimer and the team look
forward to a promising season and hope
to be a competitive force in the OCL.
J. Kearney, D. Needham, G. Free, D. Buckstan
Hadayia, Coach Hickey.
M. Healy, P. Gilbert, W. Hearman, C. Falls, D. Pollack, M. Duggan, C. Keaveny, B. Lavey, C.
T. Griffith, K. Wfiite, C. McCartfiy, J. Long,
C. Higgins, S. Adiey, M. Brooks, L.
Weigfitman, J. Reppucci, K. Ferrini, 1^.
Bonsor. T. Allen, J. Welsfi, S. Baynes,
The 1988 baseball team had a successful season
under Coach Green. The team expects to be a
strong contender in the O.C.L. this year as it lost
only four seniors from the 1988 team. With the ex-
perience of returning seniors Rick Cronin, Andrew
Thorton, Mike McCarthy, Dave Cummings, Jeff
Stebblns, and Chris Igo, the team is sure to stand up
against any competition that other teams may throw
at them. This experience coupled with that of five
returning underclassmen will most assuredly pro-
vide a great season in 1989.
Junior Varsity Team
Varsity: (top I to r) Coach Green, M. Carnes, P. Carnes, A. Cutler, D. Cummings, J. Stebbins, C. Igo, R. Kissel, M. Veneto. (bottom I to r) R. Cronin, B. Herman, D. Ohman, J. Gilbert, J. Agostino, A. Thorton, M. Mc-
Top L R: J. Fitzwilliams, J. LeStage, D. McGannon, J. McKeough, J. Ledwick — captain. M. Brazis, K. Linch, P. Hess, E. Leonard — captain, C. Clapp, E. Tate, Coach Schneider.
Bottom L R: K. Sampson — captain, R. Falvey, D. Giarrusso, J. Doyle, J. Cassidy, M. Gargano, G. Jarvis.
The 1988 Boys' Lacrosse Team worked
hard but didn't have a very good season. The
1989 team was unified under the leadership
of the tri-captains Edward Leonard, Kevin
Sampson, and John Ledwick. The tri-cap-
tains hope that next year's season will find
Hingham High Boys' Lacrosse leading the
pack, and they extend their good wishes to
Top L R: S. Dann, D. LeMay, R. Stevens, R. Russell, G. Winch, T. Kennedy, D. Buxton, J. Hughes, W. Adams, S. Lindell, M. Freedy, J. O'Neil, J.
Adamson, B. Cutler.
2nd row L R: D. Rowe, A. Grille, M. Boomer, J. Mullin, T. McGowin, C. McAdams. B. Rioux.
1st row L R; B. Porier, P. Cinquegrano, J. Mullen, A. Stonefield, A. Jollen, D. Debruin.
The 1989 Girls' Lacrosse is looking forward to another successful season under Coach
Williams. Captains Leigh Ann Taylor, Jen Watson and Bridget Newell along with returning
Seniors; Elena Avila, Anne Marie Cronin, Beth Hodges, Jen Feeney, and Jen Williams will be
sure to provide a solid foundation of experience from which the team is sure to thrive. The
addition of seniors Jill McDonough, Renee MacMurray, Kathleen McManus, Sarah Lash, and
Alicia Ponichtera will bring to the team depth needed to assure a winning season.
Top L R: Coach Happ, K. Cortese, S. Heap, J. Goldsberry, K. Antall, K. Costello, A. Ponichtera, M. Pomeroy. K. McManus, A. Rancourt, S. Lash,
Bottom L R; S. Cook, P. Murphy, C. Burrow, L. lorio, K. Berry, T. Welsh, L. Doody, C. Kovatch, J. McDonough.
Myatt, C. Fahie, M. Mellcanion.
Top L R: A. Taylor, A. Cronin, L. Taylor, K. Delay, J. Williams, J. Watson, N. Buba, K. Costello, L. Doty, E. Avila, Coach Williams.
Bottom L R: J. Bradeen, E. Greenlaw, B. Hodges, K. Shultz, B. Carnes, L. Devin, B. Newell, A. Williams.
Coach. C. Maguire, E. Chalmers, M. Toledano, J. Scipione, P. Spiegler, J. Sadaca, D. Scipione, C. Hoover.
L R: Coach Greenburg, M. Benard, J. Watson, B. Hurley, S. Freedman, T. Webber, Z. Jones, R. Maribell.
Girls' Tennis Team:
Top L R: Coach Sides, K. Malone, S. Same, A. Shelsy, J. Arena, J. Kurr, K. Knab, G. Borowski, L.
Bottom L R: J. Gabriel, H. Smith, S. Blampeid, T. Anable, S. King, T. Mckenzie, L. Davis.
Loughman, E. Ganduillo, J. DIMartinis, A. Sevetnick.
Once again, last year's Varsity Tennis Team
was a big success under the leadership of tri-
captains Lavinia Davis, Sandra King and Allison
Sevetnick. For the 4th year in a row, the team
became the OCL League Champions with a 12-0
record. They then went on to the states but lost
in the quarter finals.
Sarah Blampied and Heidi Smith have been
elected co-captains for the upcoming season
and this year's team looks very promising.
Special thanks to Mrs. Sides for all her dedi-
cation and hard work through the years.
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Boys' Spring Track
The 1989 Boys' Spring Track Team will be led
by Captains Barry Willis and Steve MacDonald.
The team is looking forward to another success-
Girls' Spring Tracl^
The Girls' Spring Track Team will be led
by tri-captains Christina Finlay, Stacy
Sullivan, and Nicole DellaVolpe. The team
is anticipating another great season of
tremendous athlete's and team spirit.
Thank you Mr. Thompson and Mr. Herr-
mann for four years of great memories.
Top L R: S. Canon, J. Fish, K. Ferreti, N. DellaVolpe, J. Dierks, M. Pomeroy, L. Regan, L. Stinson, M. Zaccardi, L. Desilvia, S. Margetts, S.
Sullivan, A. Sutton, K. Sheftel, J. Mckenzie.
Bottom L R: Coach Thompson, B. Howe, K. Shaw, J. Cocio, C. Kovatch, T. Stein, M. Hewlett, L. Hansberry, C. Finlay, H. Kutch, Mr. Hermann.
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The editors of 1989; Andrea Davies, Nicole DellaVoIpe, Tom
Berry, and Mark Semler sincerely hope that you enjoy this
yearbook. It is the result of at least fifteen hours a week
continuously since November. A great deal of work, laughter, and
even a little arguing brought these people and this book together.
Through "Grumpy Bears" and "Halo Jumpers", pig-tails and
braids, Mother Goose and Jenny's brownies we made it!! Special
thanks to our copy editor, Monica Clark, who did all of the typing
and Mr. Tierney, whose guidance led us to the final masterpiece.
Thanks also goes out to Stephanie Caracciolo, Carie Marden,
and Allen Fisher, who contributed some of their prize photos, and
the rest of the Yearbook Staff of 1988-1989. We appreciated
Back L-R: Mark Semler (Editor), Mr. Tierney (Advisor), Tom Berry (Editor);
Front L-R: Nicole DellaVoIpe (Editor), Monica Clark (Copy Editor), Andrea
Editors: Top L R: M. Corby, N. Blaustein, P. Giordano, A. Casciato. Bottom L
R: I. McRae, A. Izer, K. Malone — (Editor-in-Chief), K. McManus, B. Peleckis.
The Hingham High School Harborlight newspaper had a
prosperous 1988-89 year. The two issues before Christmas
Break and the two after were well put together and motivated
student interest in various school topics, sports games, and
"gossip." The newspapers' advisors Mrs. Anna Rehnquist and
Mr. Charles Ozug generated students' interests throughout the
year. This year's Editor-in-Chief Catherine Malone and News
Editors Alison Iser, and Peter Giordano, Features Editors
Kathleen McManus and Ian McRae, Sports Editors Michelle
Corby and Nate Blaustein, Business Editors Amy Casciato and
Beth Peleckis would all like to thank the various staff members
for their innovative articles and insights. The Harborlight also
raised $700 for the "Globe Santa Fund" through student, faculty
and staff collections.
Staff: Top L R: R. Russell, B. Budde, A. Leray, A. Iser, C. Malone, M. Corby, A. Turner, I. McRae, L. Kilmartin, P. Giordano, A. Casciato. Bottom L R: S. Jordan, S. Carr,
J. Kurr, S. King, A. Yousseff, D. Ngo, S. Cusack, N. Blaustein, A. Sanocki, K. McManus, B. Peleckis.
National Honor Society
This year's National Honor Society began strongly
under the leadership of Mr. Frank Tierney, Advisor.
This year's officers are Cynthia Willis — (President),
Laura Thaxter — (Vice President), Amy O'Mara —
(Secretary), and Kathleen McManus — (Treasurer).
The students had to undergo a selection process
in which the faculty elected them. The selections
were not only based upon academic standing, but
also on outside activities and community service.
The official induction ceremony on December 11th
was a great success. Each member received a pin
The National Honor Society provides services in-
cluding tutoring and possibly a program in which
members will assist a new student in making the
transition into Hingham High. The Group is very con-
cerned in people's welfare.
Officers: K. McManus — (Treasurer), L. Thaxter — (Vice President), C. Willis
— (President); Missing A. O'Mara — (Secretary).
Members: Bottom L R: H. DuCasse, S. Moran, K. McManus, C. Willis, P. Giordano, L. Smith, A. Youseff, D.
Ngo, H. Smith, R. Shrier, L. Thaxter. Top L R: Mr. Tierney, M. Chung, J. Harris, M. Canavan, P. Hess, E.
Leonard, A. Jan, A. Iser, S. Sullivan, J. Watson, B. Hallet and J. Diercks. Missing: F. Frary, Amy O'Mara
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Bottom L R: L. Lundin, C. Marden, S. Moran, A. Iser, A. Youssef, L. Smith, J. Harris, B. Bennet, H. Smith, R. Schreier, L. Thaxter, H. Smith; Top L R: P. Hess, C.
Willis, L. Reagan, M. Canavan, B. Hallet, S. Sullivan, A. Davies, M. McCarthy, C. Cox.
In June 1988 members of the Hingham High School Junior Class were recipients of college book
awards, plaques and certificates for their academic standing, service and leadership.
Recipients Were: E. Bennett: Spanish Award L.
Bonetzky: Drawing and Painting Award M. Bon-
sor: Business Award M. Canavan: Manhatton-
ville Book Award S. Carracciolo: Graphic Arts
Award A. Casciato: Spanish Award M. Clark:
Business Award G. Deane: Service Award A.
Davies: Computer II Award H. DuCasse: Ser-
vice Award C. Earl: Drawing and Painting
Award L. Gratta: Business Award B. Hallett:
Suffolk Book Award J. Harris: American Stud-
ies Award, French Award P. Hess: Colby Book
Award, American Studies Award A. laria: Busi-
ness Award A. Iser: Mount Holyoke Book
Award, Society of Women Engineers Award,
French Award A. Jan: Renesseiaer Mathemat-
ics Award, ASHME, CML, Pascal Awards. C.
Lincoln: Industrial Arts Award L. Lundin: Home
Ec Award R. MacMurray Drawing and Painting
Award C. Marden: Ceramics Award M. McCar-
thy: Latin (Magna cum laude) Award M.
McCourt: Brown Book Award, NCTE I. McRae:
Drawing and Painting Award S. Moran: Dart-
mouth Book Award D. Ngo: NCTE Writing
Award A. O'Mara: Latin (magna cum laude)
Award J. O'Neil: Drawing and Painting Award
B. Ray: Technical Drawing Award A. Salonova:
French Award G. Scampoli: Technical Drawing
Award R. Schreier: Society of Women Engi-
neers' Award M. Semler: Ceramics Award H.
Smith: Smith Book Award, French Award L.
Smith: Lehigh Book Award, Balsun and Lomb
Science Award, ASHME S. Sullivan: Latin
(magna cum laude) Award L. Thaxter: Prince-
ton Book Award M. Toledano: Latin (cum
laude) Award M. White: MAML OLYMPIAD,
NEML L. Wightman: Drawing and Painting
Award C. Willis: Harvard Book Award, Society
of Women Engineers' Award, Hingham Histori-
cal Society Award, Latin Award, Spanish
A. Youseff: Holy Cross Book Award, French
National Honor Society Members: M. Canavan,
M. Chung, J. Diercks, H. DuCasse, F. Frary, P.
Giordano, S. Hallett, J. Harris, P. Hess, A. Iser,
Members: J. Hanson, K. Cruz, M. Clark, M. Hewitt, P. Esser, B. Jan, B. Flynn, C. Barman, D. Needham, J. Young, J. Canavan, J. Georges, K. Klima, K. Howard, M. Gold-
berg, M. Manning, S. Jordan, T. Martin, W. Herman, A. Goldberg, G. Morrison, J. Caldwell, B. Lavey, K. Knab, K. Cannon, K. Antall, L. Park, M. LeCam, N. Bakil, A. Pon-
ichtera, A. Shelsy, A. Casciato, A. Salanova, A. Jan, B. Wijkstrom, C. Marden, C. Malone, C. Willis, F. Frary, H. Castejon, J. Fish, J. Costello, J. Diercks, J. Kurr, K.
McManus, K. DeVito, L. Thaxter, M. Gannon, M. Canavan, M. Chung, M. Clark, P. Giordano, R. Flynn, S. Cleary.
The Spanish Club has grown in size and participation this
year. We have had many beneficial fund raisers which have
helped enlarge our treasury. This year we have begun laying the
groundwork for a future program whereby we will be helping the
less fortunate in Central America. Mrs. Robison's primary goal is
to send some of our funds to help build a school in Honduras.
With the aid of officers Peter Giordano — (President); Rachel
Flynn — (Vice President); Monica Clark — (Secretary); Matt
Gannon — (Treasurer); Alicia Ponichtera — (Fundraiser); Andy
Jan and Juniors: Glenn Morrison and Katie Knab, this dream will
become a reality in the next few years. In the future we hope that
newcoming Spanish Club members will continue to expand
where we left off.
Officers: Top L R: Mrs. Robison — Advisor, P. Giordano — (President), R. Flynn
— (Vice President), A. Jan; Bottom L R: M. Gannon — (Treasurer), M. Clark —
(Secretary), K. Knab, G. Morrison.
Members: P. Anable, M. Augur, T. Bailey, B. Bennett, T. Berry, S. Blampied, L. Blampied, J. Bosse, N. Buba, K. Cannon, H. Cook, A. Cronin, A. Davies, J. Davies, K.
Delay, N. Delia Voipe, P. DIMarino, J. DIMartinis, H. DuCasse, T. Esser, B. Falvey, M. Goldberg, C. Gorham, M. Govan, D. Griffith, M. Healey, M. Healey, P. Hess, B.
Hodges, K. Holleran, K. Hurley, L. lorio, S. Jordan, M. Kane, L. Keating, C. Kelliher, S. Knox, C. Kovatch, S. Lash, C. Lofgren, J. Mina, J. Mullin, R. Murray, C. Myatt, G.
Norton, A. O'Mara, J. Parrillo, B. Peleckis, B. Porter, B. Raffetto, C. Roche, J. Samargedis, A. Sanocki, C. Savini, D. Schrauth, E. Shannon, A. Shelsy, B. Shelsy, H.
Singleton, H. Smith, S. Spellman, L. Taylor, J. Theophilos, S. Vanderwil, S. Wallace, T. Weber, L. Weightman, C. Willis, M. Zaccardi.
The HHS Student Council 1988-89 is under the leadership of
Charlotte Gorham — President, Alyssa Shelsy — (Vice Presi-
dent), Leigh-Ann Taylor — (Secretary), Cynthia Willis — (Trea-
surer) and Mr. Low, Advisor. The entire Council consists of
approximately fifteen representatives from each of the four
classes. Every representative is a member of a Committee
which meets once a week. The committees include: Communi-
cations, Student Concerns, Student Activities, Fundraising and
the Excellence Committee. Each of these committees is led by
two chairpersons who work with the four officers to insure the
sound functioning of the Council.
One of the most predominant organizations in the School,
Student Council is involved throughout the year in many diverse
activities with the designated purpose of promoting school unity
and spirit. Such activities include: Spirit Week, Pep Rallies,
Winter Carnival and Spring Carnival. The Council is also involved
in several Community Services such as the Thanksgiving Can
Drive, Health Awareness Week and the adoption of a Haitian
child, Harry, under the Foster Parents Plan.
Officers: C. Gorham — (President), A. Shelsy — (Vice President), C. Willis —
(Treasurer), Missing L. Taylor — (Secretary).
High School Years are the most treasured of them all. This years
French Club added to these special moments.
The French Club enables students to become more aware of the
French culture. Members of this club organize a pizza and French
movie each month for a time to get together and share a few
laughs. Selling candy was the famous fundraising this year as well
as in the past. The sales were a great success to the club's
treasury which helps in various ways.
The six super seniors included on this board were Michelle Hart,
Kerry Cardan, Melanie Augur, Tom Berry, Gabrielle Carroll, and
Anne Marie Cronin. Along with the advisors of Mrs. Flaherty and
c'est une bonne annee:
Board Members: M. Hart, G. Carroll, A. Cronin, M. Auger, J. Harris, K. Caro
lyn, T. Berry.
Club Members: M. Hart, K. Carolan, M. Augur, T. Berry, E. Chiu, G. Carroll, A. Cronin, L. Wightman, B. Peleckis, A. O'Mara, H. Fisher, M. Friedman, G. Bourden, M.
Brooks, J. Harris, G. Davenport, D. Delise, P. DiMarino, K. Gibson, J. Free, S. Dillard, C. Lynch, R. Leek, A. Reve, A. Philippan, L. lorio, L. Laplane, S. Spear, K. Bar-
tholomew, D. Rowe, L. Haddad, K. Holleron, C. Hadayia, B. Wallace, A. Yousseff, B. Wighman, M. Benard, P. Anable, J. Cocio, J. Marcus, G. McPherson, S. Mortland,
A. Rancourt, B. Raffetto, C. O'Brien, B. Hurley, C. Gorham, R. McKenzie, O. Leek.
Officers: L R: S. King — (President), J. Diercks — (Secretary), H. Cool<, L.
Hansberry, S. Valovic — (Vice President), J. Fish — (Treasurer), C. Earl —
(P.P.), J. Parrillo, R. McKenzie. Advisor: Mr. Ryan.
Amnesty International is often known only through the
promotional concerts and advertisements it produces. Many
people have heard of Amnesty International yet few people know
what Amnesty stands for.
Amnesty International is a non-profit international organization
devoted to the issue of human rights. It is not devoted to any
political ideaology religion, sex, etc. It strictly maintains the
opinion that all people are equal.
Amnesty International has three main goals: To free all
prisoners of conscience — anyone who has been arrested for
non-violent actions; Ensure every persons basic human rights —
freedom of speech, religion, political ideaology, etc.; and to end
torture and the death penalty for all people regardless of the
crime committed. Al accomplishes these goals by writing letters
to a government on behalf of a prisoner of conscience. Letter
writing and petitioning really does work because the government
realizes that they are doing an injustice and doesn't want poor
Amnesty International is determined to help with the release of
prisoners of conscience throughout the world.
Members: B. Brooks, D. Delese, B. Gardner, J. Hanson, J. Kirven, A. Lash, A. Lock, H. Singleton, E. Dassori, G. Harris, K. Holleram, S. Jordan, J. Kababik, L.
LaPlante, S. Mortland, M. McCarthy-Egan, R. Tobey, P. Anable, K. Baumgarten, B. Budde, J. Caldwell, K. Gannon, S. Garpenter, S. Gook, J. DiMartines, B. Harris, M.
Hurtle, L. Kilmartin, K. Knab, M. LeCam, J. Messer, G. Morrison, L. Park, J. Weber, K. Zia, J. Beaulieu, G. Garroll, A. Casciato, M. Ghung, L. Gordeiro, J. Gostello, D.
DeBruin, K. DeVito, P. DiMarino, H. DuCasse, C. Falls, G. Finlay, M. Fitzpatrick, G. Flynn, P. Giordano, J. Harris, J. Horn, K. Kojima, N. Langlois, B. Laskey, R. Leek, G.
Warden, D. McDonald, K. McManus, D. Ngo, C. Shannon, L. Thaxter.
The Hingham High School AFS Club enjoyed another year of
excitement and adventure. The club's impressive 230 members
make it the largest in New England. The club continued to support
and encourage foreign students and exhanges. Many students
from HHS are involved with these exchanges, some travel away
and others travel to Hingham. AFS gives them support and wishes
them the best of luck in their endeavors.
AFS activities as usual were hilarious and unforgettable. This
year's annual Dance-A-Thon raised money to fund the development
of a library in Zimbabwe. The club also did their annual yard work at
the Friends' Home on Turkey Hill. The thrills, spills, and chills of our
ski trips are ones that cannot be forgotten (or recreated!) Every-
thing that the club did was filled with both fun and adventure.
AFS gave great memories and laughs to so many people. We
could not have done it without our great officer board and our
dedicated advisor, Miss Gillard. Thanks everyone. Remember ski-
ing. International Weekend, chubby bunny, bus rides, Alcoa, and all
of the excitement we shared.
OFFICERS: B. Hallet, P.
Thaxter, T. Webber.
DiMarino, F. Frary, B. Laskey, L. Kilmartin, L.
MEMBERS: P. DiMarino, L. Thaxter, B. Lasky, F. Frary, B. Hallett, E. Shannon, L. Bainu, M. Chisholm, K. Kojima, P. Psomxs, F. Ramella, T. Smedseng, T. Vahasilta, B.
Brooks, E. Brown, K. Cannon, M. Carney, H. Cook, L. Daly, J. DeAgazio, K. Devin, S. Dillard, E. Freedman, B. Gardner, J. Jarzyna, S. Knap, A. Locke, J. Michaels, A.
O'Brien, P. Salanova, J. Stepan, K. Sweeney, C. Tardanico, J. Tedeschi, M. Ventre, S. Wallace, D. Wallack, S. Barry, J. Bell, K. Berry, S. Beszterczev, M. Blaustein,
K. Bray, C. Buckley, S. Cannon, C. Carney, A. Carpenter, S. Carr, K. Carty, E. Chessler, J. Cocio, J. Colhet, 8. Condon, H. Connors, M. Cotsonas, J. Crawford, A.
Crowell, E. Dassori, J. Durgin, C. Fahie, C. Ferretti, B. Flynn, M. Frary, J. Free, M. Friedland, D. Gardner, J. Georges, T. Gervasi, P. Gilbert, M. Goldberg, L. Haddad,
S. Hayes, K. Holleian, Z. Hollywood, K. Howard, B. Howe, N. Lehane, S. Jordan, J. Kababik, J. Kearney, B. Kelley, M. Keohan, K. Klima, H. Kutsch, J. Lano, L. La-
Plante, O, Leek, J. Lester, T. Martin, C. Matson, S. Maynard, M. McCarthy-Egan, J. McKenzie, S. Mills, D. Myatt, D. Needham, L. Ngo, C. O'Brien, D. O'Brien, D. Pau-
Ilk, K. Pini, M. Pridham, A. Rancourt, K. Reimold, P. Richards, J. Samargedelis, J. Sanford, A. Sutton, B. Vesery, P. Wallisuto, T. Weber, V. White, B. Wightman, J.
Young, B. Zweigle, P. Anable, J. Aprea, K. Baumgarten, M. Benard, J. Bosse, B. Budde, K. Cannon, B. Carney, E. Chiu, C. Cortese, C. Costello, S. Cusack, J.
DiMartinis, E. Gandullia, A. Goldberg, M. Goldsmith, G. Gregorire, D. Griffith, L. Hansberry, S. Hardy, S. Howe, C. Hewlett, G. Hren, K. Jenkins, M. Kaye, J. Keegan, L.
Kilmartin, G. Kletjian, K. Knab, C. Kovatch, A. Leary, M. LeCam, C. Lynch, A. MacDonald, A. Macedo, S. Margetts, D. McFadd, M. Meldonian, J. Messer, G. Morrison,
R. Muller, D. O'Connor, E. Osier, J. Parillo, L. Park, K. Ramsey, A. Sanocki, D. Scipione, M. Spannagel, M. Taylor, B. Torrey, Members: G. Trudell, A. Turner, N. Vakil,
J. Weber, D. Williams, R. Avila, N. Baker, T. Berry, L. Bitner, N. Blaustein, M. Bonsor, T. Carpenter, G. Carroll, M. Chung, S. Cleary, L. Cordeiro, J. Costello, D. De-
Bruein, S. Derbyshire, K. DeVito, J. Diercks, K. Dresser, H. DuCasse, C. Earl, C. Falls, J. Fish, C. Flynn, R. Flynn.
Greater Boston Student
Craig Webb, Alyssa Shelsy — (Missing from Picture)
The Greater Boston Student Advisory Council's main objective is to represent
the student body to the state Board of Education. They meet with various task
boards and write letters of approval or disapproval to laws which pertain to our
educational system. The many projects taken on by this group include an Amend-
ment which bypasses the (Supreme Hazel Wood Court Case), which gives Mass.
the option of anti-censorship and are in the process of pushing through search
and seizure laws and Student-Teacher Confidentiality Laws.
International Students Club
Members: Lars Binau, Kozuko Kojima, Hugo Castegon, Francesco Ramello, Tommi Vahasilta, Torun Smedseng. Missing from
photo: Mandy Chisholm, Pam Wallisuta, Karen Cruz, Boris Wijl<strom, Jorge Dehes Casas
Every year the International Students Club earns money to take trips to another part of the United
States. Many know of their most popular fundraiser — Selling candy bars. Mr. Nionakis and Mrs.
Gustafson are the club's advisors and try to assimilate the foreign exchange students into Hingham
High School. This year's club has visited Cambridge and plans to visit New York. The exchange
students form a bond of friendship due to the fact that they're away from home, in a foreign culture.
In its second year at Hingham High the Students Against
Driving Drunk Chapter has had a very productive year. Member-
ship and participation in the Club's activities are greatly in-
creasing. The positions of chairpeople this year are held by
Beth Hodges, Kathleen McManus, Sarah Lash, Anne Marie Cro-
nin and Alyssa Shelsey who are assisted by faculty advisor
Peter Bailey. This year the Group has worked very hard to
organize the production of "Eddie was Here." The play, taking
place on February 27, is aimed at providing education about
alcohol abuse to student and families in the community. This
project has required a great deal of time and effort from all of its
members to raise the adequate funds to cover production costs.
Although the club is relatively new to Hingham High it is becom-
ing well established and growing under the direction of Mr.
SADD OFFICERS B. Hodges, A. Shelsy, A. Cronin, K. McManus; Missing S.
Members: A. laria, M. Corby, K. DeVito, A. Ponichtera, J. Kerr, J. Campbell, L. Morey, M. Hart, M. Fitzpatrick, L. Wightman, K. Carylon, R. Russell, N. Blaustein, A.
Grillo, J. MacKenzie. A. Davies, J. Costello, M. Cham, K. Buckley, N. Langlois, C. Flynn, M. Chung, H. Cole, H. DuCasse, A. Stonefield, C. Adams, J. Diercks, A.
Iser, J. Fish, S. King, G. Carroll, C. Norton, C. Caldwell, S. Flynn, T. Berry, S. Blampied, K. Knab, S. Cusack, J. Cooney, N. Buba, S. Murphy, K. Antall, C. Cortese,
J. Keegan, C. Costello, K. Balcam, D. Carr, M. Roycroft, K. Emery, M. Flatley, L. Park, K. Cannon, M. Brooks, C. Roche, S. Caffety, J. Bosse, K. Ramsey, E. Shan-
non, S. Dempsey, C. Berman, A. Lash.
Sailing Members: T. Bailey, H. Cole, C. Harries, L. Norton, C. Hurley, D. McFadd, A. Sanocki.
Members: Peter Giordano, Andy Jan, Farzad Lahouti, Ed Dauphinais, Kirk Dresser, Ed Chiu, Andrew Sanocki, Mike Friedman, Susannah
Carr, Brian Jan, Doug Colclough, Amanda Sutton, Sarah Maynard, Lon Dinh Ngo, Warren Lynch, Dona Walloch, Adam Goldberg.
The Math team . . . the most mysterious group in Hingham High. No one knows who we are, what we do, or
where we go. People make fun of us because they're jealous of our extraordinary talent. Or maybe its
because they have no Idea of our true motives. The fact is, they're just scared of us. They realize that with the
help of Mr. Baisden we are almost unstopable. Some of the underclassmen have been brainwashed and
sworn into our secret group. It wont be long before every student in the High school is a zombie servant to the
Select Wind Ensemble
The Hingham High School Concert Band has
a reputation for excellence. It prides itself In its
outstanding performance in concert and in
competition. The members of this group commit
themselves to excellence and work hard to
fullfill this commitment.
Being a member of the Hingham High School
Concert Band is a big commitment. Rehearsals
start a week before school does to ensure that
there is a presentable Marching Band for the
first football game. The music and drill steps
must be constantly rehearsed to keep them at
an acceptable level. The band is present and
plays at all the home football games. They also
serve as a cheering section for the Harbormen.
In addition to the marching requirement, band
members must help in the annual fruit sale to
raise funds for their spring concert/competition
trip. For the past two years, the concert band
has completed and taken many of the top
awards at music festivals in Canada. The 1989
spring trip is to Washington, D.C.
This year has seen a few changes in the
band program at Hingham High. It felt the loss
of an outstanding Band Director Mr. Jeffrey
Browne who was replaced by Mr. Earl Harmon.
Since the dawn of time the Hingham
High School Jazz Band has been a
dominant force in both the Southeast
District and State Competitions. Last
year in Toronto, we swept the
competition, capturing Best Rhythm
Section, Best Saxophone Section and
Best Brass Section honors. Two
Outstanding Soloist trophies were also
given to graduate Chris Strone and
senior alto sax player Jamie Hughes.
This year, however, will go down in the
archives as a transition year. We will be
competing, thanks to the freshman
population, in the top division, against
bigger schools with bigger programs.
Mr. Earl Harmon surely has many
successful years in front of him, but the change this year
has been anything but smooth.
Next year's band will have major gaps due to the
departure of the class of 1989's talented corps of
musicians. Sax section leader Jamie Hughes; Trombone
section leader, Bobby Johnson; Lead Trumpet, Kelly
Raymond and Second trumpet Pete Hess are all headed
for greener pastures, where tuning, whining and six hours
of rehearsal a week are unheard of.
iand Officers Top L R: A. Sanocki, M. Canavan, C. Flynn, B. Johnson, R. McKenzie,
> King, J. Fish, J. Parrillo. Bottom L R: P. Hess, D. McDonald, J. Hughes, K.
Raymond, B. Blaire, J. Pimentel, L. Sullivan.
The Hingham High School Chorus is
under the direction of Dr. Paul Cappers
for the second year in a row, and
they're only getting better. This year,
they performed at least three concerts
for the public. This spring the mixed
chorus is competing against a large
number of groups from all across the
nation at a festival in Washington, D.C.
A grinder sale and a "Parent's Prom"
were used as fund raisers for the trip.
The entire chorus would like to wish
the class of 1989 luck in the years to
come, and thank you for your help and
The Choral Spectrum is an elite sing-
ing group that was founded last year by
Dr. Paul Cappers. The group has per-
formed at numerous concerts, includ-
ing the Tri-County Choral Festival. The
Spectrum will also be going to Wash-
ington D.C. this spring to compete with
Madrigal Choirs from across the coun-
try, even though Spectrum often does
Show Choir material as well as madri-
gals. The Choral Spectrum would like
to thank the class of '89 for its enthusi-
asm and wish everyone luck in the fu-
Choral Spectrum Members
Members: H. DuCasse, N. Vakil, S. Clearly, S. Howe, A. Sanocki, M. Larecy, M. Benard, A. Salamova, T. Wallack, M. Friedman, G.
Gregoire, G. Hussey, C. Anderson, J. Finn, J. Parrillo, T. Larecy, J. Beaulleu, J. Harris, B. Budde.
Lexington High, B.C. High, no problem for the Hingham High Debate Team. The members meet with Mr.
Haviland every Monday and Thursday to plan strategies. Due to the fact that this is the first year that the
team has met they have not had any meets, but the dedication of the officers has established a strong team
which in future years will not back down to larger teams. The Officers are Heather DuCasse — (President),
Nakul Vakil — (Vice President), Sarah Cleary — (Secretary), Sarah Howe — (Treasurer); they have spent
time debating such controversial issues as Abortion, the Death Penalty and Search and Seizure in Public
Schools. The members learn a valuable lesson by discovering both sides of an issue and bringing that to the
topic. Come on Hingham High come out and support your local Debate Team.
The Volunteer Group was co-founded this year by Jennifer Fish
and Danielle Ngo. Mrs. Flaherty, the faculty advisor, has been an
inspiration to students by exemplifying her personal commitment
to volunteerism. The club's main objective is to reach out to
those with unmet needs, including the sick, the homeless, and
the elderly. Although still in its infancy the club has been very
active. Volunteer members brought candy and balloons to Quincy
City Hospital patients on Halloween. In addition to other
activities, Jennifer Fish and Danielle Ngo have been involved in
preparing and serving meals at Rosie's Place in Boston. Some
members are involved with the Hingham Visiting Nurses' New
Friends Program whereby they visit elderly persons in their
homes once a week. Other members visit an elderly person once
a week at the Deering Nursing Home in Hingham. Also, members
of the club go to Cohasset Knoll Nursing Home every Friday for
an hour to run Bingo and Blitz games. The Volunteer Club is made
up of members from all classes at Hingham High School.
Members have shown great committment and enthusiasm in
helping others. The Volunteer Club is promising to be one of the
most dynamic clubs at Hingham High.
Mrs. Flaherty, J. Fish, D. Ngo, Mrs. Stoer.
Volunteer Group Members: K. Bartholomew, M. Benard, K. Cannon, D. Carr, G. Carroll, E. Chlu, M. Chung, J. Cocio, A. Cronin, G. Davenport, D. Delise, J. Diercks, J.
DiMartinis, H. DuCasse, J. Finn, J. Fish, H. Fisher, R. Flynn, J. Free, A. Goldberg, A. Goldberg, L. Grillo, L. Haddad, J. Hanson, K. Holleran, S. Howe, R. Howe, L. lorio,
A. Iser, A. Jan, N. Langlois, R. McKenzie, D. Ngo, L. Ngo, L. Park, J. Parrillo, A. Phillippon, M. Pilot, P. Richards, A. Sanocki, H. Singleton, L. Tully, C. Willis, L. Wight-
man, M. Zacardi.
Seniors: A. Davies, C. Norton, H. Smith, J. Theopholis.
Juniors: D. Griffith, M. Healey, E. Shannon, A. Sanocki.
Sophomores: D. Schrauth, J. Smogedulis, T. Webber, L. lorio.
Freshman: S. Vanderweil, K. Cannon, S. Wallace, Spellman.
The Hingham High Drama Club is very well known; we have one of
the best Drama Club's in the area. This year's Drama Club put on
the Musical Grease in the fall, and has gone onto the next level for
their production of the Danish Soap at the Festival Performance.
The Highlight of every year for Drama Club members is the trip to
New York; where they tour Broadway and New York. They earn the
funds through Raffles and Ticket Sales. This years officers were
T.D. Carpenter, Mike Kay, Brook Gracia, Liz Kilmartin, Greg Hren
and Faith Frary.
Officers: T. Carpenter, M. Benard, G. Hren, F. Frary, L. Kilniartin, R. Leek, B.
The Thespian Society is an International Society of Thespian Members. To gain entrance you must be in four
plays, and one back stage; you must have participated in one hundred hours of work with the club. Being a member
of the thespian society is an honor that shows dedication and enthusiasm from its members.
Members: L-R D. Griffith, Mrs. Walsh, G. Lynch, S. Smith, N. Vakil, N. Buba, J. Weber, C. Burrell.
Members of the Support Group act as student counselors and peer role models who have
sworn off any form of drug or alcohol. The group's efforts are not confined only to the High
School. Members have gone to elementary schools to teach drug and alcohol awareness
programs. These program's goals are to educate the young and to help prepare them for the
Katherine Waples Jeff Stebbins
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The Spanish Heritage Study in Spain
Each summer, Hingham High, under the auspices
of Mr. John Nionakis, and Spanish Heritage, or "La
Herencia Espanola", sponsor a study in Spain pro-
gram for all interested students. The five-week pro-
gram consists of four weeks spent in Madrid and a
final week passed in another part of Spain. In the
city, the students attend three one-hour classes at
the University of Madrid learning about various as-
pects of the Spanish culture and language, four
days per week. This adds up to a total of sixty
classroom hours which are concluded with a final
exam and a graduation ceremony. In addition, one
day a week is devoted to a museum visit in Madrid,
while Saturdays are spent on day trips to such at-
tractions as Toledo, Segovia and Avila, and El Es-
The summer of 1988 participants in this program
Included seniors Dave DeBruin, Amy Casciato, Julie
Kurr, Kathleen McManus, Alicia Ponichtera, juniors
Kristen Antall, Katie Cannon, Jill DIMartinis, Adam
Goldberg, Chris McGuire, Tom Murray, Cathy
Roche, Doug Scipione, and Grady Winch. We met
kids from Chicago, New York, and New Jersey,
among other states, and we developed great friend-
ships with them. I am sure that none of us will ever
forget all the new things we learned there or all the
fun experiences we had: La Plaza Mayor contest;
the discos "Oh," "Cuatro Rosas," "Joy", etc.; San-
gria parties; water fights; George Michael and Cleo-
patra; listening to Mike's family stories; the sand
bar; beach party in Alicante; Eva and her great
plans; Burger King; paella; Jesus and the employ-
ees at Augustinus; the clean public pools; the Metro;
"babysitting" each other; el supermercado; doing
laundry; El Corte Ingles; Bora Bora; the litre bar;
"not even"; Paul G. getting mauled by the bull;
James' accidents; Pink Floyd and Bruce concerts;
"Te gustaria patatas fritas?" (wink, wink); the girls
(with mirror) across the street; Senor Sanza.
In conclusion, we would like to thank Mr. Nionakis
for giving us this wonderful opportunity to exper-
ience so much of another culture, and our parents
for allowing us to take advantage of it. We all
changed a little as a result of our trip, and we highly
recommend the Spanish Heritage Program to all In-
dividuals, whether they speak Spanish or not.
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